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Children of Sarah (UNK) and Anthony TURNER are:

i. Anthony TURNER was born ABT 1732.

ii. Sarah TURNER was born 1735. She married (Unk) SUTTON. He was born ABT 1735 in Philadelphia, PA.

iii. Anne TURNER was born 1739.

iv. Simeon TURNER was born 1740, and died BEF 1791. 
Turner, Sarah MNU (I039123)
 
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ELIZABETH (STURMAN) STEWART md. 2nd, shortly after the death of John Stewart, Sr., in 1702, Bryant Murphy, b. 1677, a young Irishman, who had been brought to Virginia at the age of 14 years, by her father, John Sturman II, for whom, among others, he claimed headright for importation, Feb. 1706. (West'd. Orders 1690-98, p. 41-1691). She was granted administration on his estate in 1708. By her marriage to Bryant Murphy, Elizabeth had one child:

(4) Bryants Murphy, Jr., who d. before reaching his majority, his half brother, William Stewart, inheriting his estate. William has now inherited the estate of two deceased half brothers. At the same time that John Stewart, Jr. sued his step-father, Thomas Muse, Sr., for his share of his father's estate in 1716, he also sued as guardian of his half brother, Bryant Murphy, Jr., both Thomas Muse and Elizabeth, his wite, having been granted administration on the estate of Bryant Murphy Sr., dec'd., Nov. 24, 1714. (West'd. Orders, 1705-1721 p. 255).
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1707-1709 {Antient Press}: pg 80
Westmoreland County Court 24th of February 1708/09
- MURFFEY &c. v SPENCER. &c. Judgment is granted ELIZABETH
MURFFEY, Administratrix of BRYAN MURFFEY, against MARY SPENCER, Executrix ofJOHN SPENCER, deceased, for the surne offive hundred pounds of tobacco. Ordered shee be paid the same out of the Estate ofJOHN SPENCER in the hands ofMARY SPENCER, with costs als Execution 
Murphy, Bryant (I025821)
 
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Fredericksburg Virginia Herald:"
"Married, at 'Carlton,' the seat of Mrs. Judith Short near Falmouth on Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. Wilson, Doctor Thomas W. Garnett to Miss Elizabeth Short, daughter of the late John Short, Esq:, of Stafford."

6 February, 1807, in Library of Congress 
Family F30148
 
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From Donald Robey online:
" I find Thomas Robey, b. 1692, Charles County, Maryland, m. Sarah
Elizabeth Nalley, b. 1695. Maryland, listed on page 40 and 41 of the
book (vol I), "Robey, Roby, Robie" by William Grafton Robey."

Her parents were John Nalley and Jane Husculaw.

From the same book: "Thomas and Sarah's children are listed as:
Mary Robey
Joseph Robey
(nfn) Robey (female) m. Thomas Lane
John Nalley Robey, b. 1710
William Robey, b. 1716
Leonard Robey, b. 1735
Ignatious Robey, b. 1737
Mary Martha Robey, b. 1738, Port Tobacco, MD,m. (nfn) Morton
Jane Robey, b. 1739, Port Tobacco, MD, d. 1824"
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Charles County Land Record Book A#2, 1752-1756; Page (191). Jun 14, 1754 from Thomas Roby of CC, planter, to Roby Warnal of CC, for and in consideration of sd Roby Warnall's paying an equal part of the cost in taking up a tract of land called Roby's Range, containing 250 acres in CC, Thomas Roby has confirmed to sd Roby Warnall part of the afd tract of land, containing about 100 acres. Signed - Thomas (T his mark) Roby. Wit - Roht Yates, Dan of St Thos Jenefer. Elizabeth Roby, wife of sd Thomas, relinquished her right of dower to the lands within mentioned. Recorded Jun 14, 1754. 
Nalley, Sarah Elizabeth (I016272)
 
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Penelope Beale of Charles County

State of Maryland, whereas Penelope Beale of Charles County, widow,
mother and natural guardian to Allanson Ford Beale, Martha Tennison Beale, Mary Penn Beale and Penelope Anne Beale, children of Charles Beale, late deceased, by her petition to the honorable, the Chancellor, did set forth that the said Charles Beale had in his life time, to wit, on the 12 January 1793 surveyed for him a tract of land called "Green Brier", lying in Charles county and containing one acre, one rood, and ten perches by virtue of a warrant for 5 acres obtained by him, the 3 of October 1792 as appears by the certificate thereof returned to the land office. That the said Charles Beale departed this life in the year 1793 without having made a will, leaving the first three mentioned children and Charles Beale infants. That the said Charles Beale, the infant, died shortly after his father and Penelope Anne Beale was born after the decease of her father. That the equitable interest in the said land being now vested to the children above mentioned and the composition due on the certificate thereof fully paid, the petitioner prayed that a patent may be issued. Chancellor ordered that a patent be hereby granted to Alanson Ford Beale, Martha Tennison Beale, Mary Penn Beale and Penelope Anne Beale. Granted 21 August 1794. MD LW&P 1792-1795, FHC Film 0013125, page 419.
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Charles County, Maryland, Inventories,1791-1797; Page 172".
Charles Beale - Inventory. Late of CC, decd.
Negro boy Jesse (16 years old), 1 Negro woman (19 years old & child 4 months.
Total amount: 277.15.11.
Signed Aug 8, 1793 - Hezekiah Johnson, Joshua Mudd.
Nearest of kin: Thomas (X his mark) Beale, Wm (x HIS MARK) Beale.
Creditors: James Henderson for Thos. Mundell, Judson M Clagett for Thomas Ho. & Judson Clagett.
CC, Aug 26, 1793, Then came Penelope Beale, administratrix of Charles Beale, & made oath.
Certified by John Muschett, Registrar of Wills.
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 155.
John Ford, December 22, 1791; April 8, 1793
I, John Ford of CC being poor health of body but of sound and disposing mind memory and understanding
To wife Elizabeth Ford the whole of my real estate, except one third part of a tract of land called Laurel Branch during her life and after her decease, to my son Philip Key Ford (except as before excepted) the whole of my estate being part of a tract of land called Hull whereon I now dwell, part of another tract called Laurel Branch and part of another tract called Friendship, this last part of tract containing two hundred and seventy six acres, three rod and eleven perches of land I purchased of John B. Lambeth who has assigned to me. Walter Hanson and Henry Barnes bond to him for the legal conveyance of it. If my son Philip Joy Ford and the heirs of his boy dies w/o heir and before 21yrs, the tract Hull to daughter Ann Latimer and the part of Laurel Branch to daughter Penelope Beale, and the part of the tract Friendship to be equally divided between daughters Ann Latimer and Penelope Beale.
To my son in law, Charles Beale one third part of land called Laurel Branch which I purchased of Robert Brown to be laid off parallel with the North East line of the original tract.
To wife Elizabeth Foard, the use of negros, Jacob, Nace, Dick, Frank, Moll and Joe and after her decease Jacob, Frank and Moll to son Philip Joy Ford, Nace to daughter Penelope Beale, and Dick to daughter Ann Latimer.
To son Philip Joy Ford, (negros) Stare, Else, Hannah, Charles, John, Jacob, Gusty, Dorah, Nancey, Keziah and Anne and their increase.
To daughter Penelope Beall the use of negros, Dark, Harry, Deck, Moll, Joe and Mary Frazier and after her decease, equally to her children
To daughter Ann Latimer the use of negros, Patt, Harry, Hester, Eley and Beall, and after her decease, equally to her children
Executor: wife Elizbeth Foard and son Philip Joy Foard
Signed: December 22, 1791 John (his mark) Foard
Wit - Thomas Clagett (Sr), Joseph Gill, Thomas Clagett Junr, Nathan Downing
Probated on April 8, 1793 by Philip Joy Ford together with witnesses Thomas Clagett Junr, Joseph Gill, Nathan Downing and Thomas Clagett Sr, who made oath that they saw the testator sign and seal this will.
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Charles County Maryland Probate
Records, Inventories, Book 1791-1797
150 John Ford - 15 Jun 1793 - William P. Ford & Penelopy Beale relations
172 Charles Beale - 26 Aug 1793 - Penelope Beale Admx
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Charles County, Maryland, Inventories,1791-1797; Page 150. John Ford - Inventory. Late of CC, decd.
Negro men: Jacob, Nace, Dick, Jacob, Frank. Negro boys: Charles, Joe, John, Gusty_ Old Negro woman Moll. Negro women: Stare, Nancy, Else, Hannah. Negro girls: Heziah, Ann. Total amount: £779.13.5.
Signed - Jun 15, 1793 - Jno Spalding, John Robinson, appraisers.
Creditor: Henry Barnes.
Relations: William P Ford, Penelopy (X her mark) Beane. CC, Jul 1, 1793. [Nothing follows].
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Will of Notley Ford, Charles County, 12/7/1782-1/21/1783. Wife: Ann, my
personal estate during her life and then to be equally divided among my 9
children. Exec: Wife, Ann. Wit: George H. Worsley, Edward Gwinn, Thomas
Young. Wife present at probate.

6/29/1790: From John Edward Joy of CC to William Penn Ford, Joseph Joy
Ford, Samuel Joy Ford, Edward Ford, Mary Anne Ford, Elizabeth Ford, and
Charity Young of CC. Notley Ford, father of these children in his will
dated 12/7/1782 directed that all his estate and possessions after the d. of
his wife should be equally divided between all of his children and doubts
having arisen about the afsd. clause of the will as to whether the estate
referred to personal property only and sd. John Edward Ford, heir at law to
sd. Notley Ford, being willing to remove every doubt about the will and to
comply with the intent of the will, now this deed witnesses that John Edward
Ford, for 5 shillings has sold to (the children named above) an equal share
and proportion of all the real estate of the sd. Notley Ford died seized of,
share and share alike as tenants in common and not as joint tenants. Wit:
Dan Jenifer, Henry Barnes. (Charles Co. Deeds).

Penelope's not named, but she belongs in one of the related Ford families.
This eliminates her as Notley's daughter. She might have been the daughter
of John Ford and Elizabeth Joy, but no proof.

Linda Reno
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Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller

Allanson Ford Beal son of Charles Beal & Penellopy his wife was born 24th Oct 1780.
Mary Penn Beale Daughter to do ----do was born 18 Oct 1783
Martha Tennison Beale, Daughter of do ----do was born 1st March 1785
Charles Beale son of ditto ----ditto was born 23 Dec 1787

I hereby certify that the above is a true copy taken from the Proceedings of the Vestry of Port Tobacco Parish, in Charles County 2d August 1793. Wm H McPherson, Reg Port Tobo Parish 
Ford, Penelope (I039648)
 
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Penelope Beale of Charles County

State of Maryland, whereas Penelope Beale of Charles County, widow,
mother and natural guardian to Allanson Ford Beale, Martha Tennison Beale, Mary Penn Beale and Penelope Anne Beale, children of Charles Beale, late deceased, by her petition to the honorable, the Chancellor, did set forth that the said Charles Beale had in his life time, to wit, on the 12 January 1793 surveyed for him a tract of land called "Green Brier", lying in Charles county and containing one acre, one rood, and ten perches by virtue of a warrant for 5 acres obtained by him, the 3 of October 1792 as appears by the certificate thereof returned to the land office. That the said Charles Beale departed this life in the year 1793 without having made a will, leaving the first three mentioned children and Charles Beale infants. That the said Charles Beale, the infant, died shortly after his father and Penelope Anne Beale was born after the decease of her father. That the equitable interest in the said land being now vested to the children above mentioned and the composition due on the certificate thereof fully paid, the petitioner prayed that a patent may be issued. Chancellor ordered that a patent be hereby granted to Alanson Ford Beale, Martha Tennison Beale, Mary Penn Beale and Penelope Anne Beale. Granted 21 August 1794. MD LW&P 1792-1795, FHC Film 0013125, page 419. 
Beale, Mary Penn (I054642)
 
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Penelope Beale of Charles County

State of Maryland, whereas Penelope Beale of Charles County, widow,
mother and natural guardian to Allanson Ford Beale, Martha Tennison Beale, Mary Penn Beale and Penelope Anne Beale, children of Charles Beale, late deceased, by her petition to the honorable, the Chancellor, did set forth that the said Charles Beale had in his life time, to wit, on the 12 January 1793 surveyed for him a tract of land called "Green Brier", lying in Charles county and containing one acre, one rood, and ten perches by virtue of a warrant for 5 acres obtained by him, the 3 of October 1792 as appears by the certificate thereof returned to the land office. That the said Charles Beale departed this life in the year 1793 without having made a will, leaving the first three mentioned children and Charles Beale infants. That the said Charles Beale, the infant, died shortly after his father and Penelope Anne Beale was born after the decease of her father. That the equitable interest in the said land being now vested to the children above mentioned and the composition due on the certificate thereof fully paid, the petitioner prayed that a patent may be issued. Chancellor ordered that a patent be hereby granted to Alanson Ford Beale, Martha Tennison Beale, Mary Penn Beale and Penelope Anne Beale. Granted 21 August 1794. MD LW&P 1792-1795, FHC Film 0013125, page 419.
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Charles County Maryland Will Book AL-12, 1801-1808, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 369.
William Robinson, Will, October 7, 1805; September 20, 1806
I, William Robinson of CC, being of perfect mind and memory;
To children, Elijah Robinson, Sarah Hannah Easter Richardson, and Ann Robinson, each 5 shillings current money.
To wife Virlinder Robinson, all my real and personal estate during her single life except my loom with its appurtenances and steelyards which I give to my two daughters Teresa Ann Robinson and Linny Adams Robinson.
Item: at he death or marriage of my wife, all my real and personal estate divided equally to my four children; Linny Adams Robinson, Teresa Ann Robinson, William Campbell Robinson and Samuel Cawood Robinson.
To daughters Linny Adams Robinson, Teresa Ann Robinson, 50 acres of land which William Shaw now lives during their single life as joint tenants. At their death or marriage then to my son William Campbell Robinson.
To son Samuel Cawood Robinson, all the rest of my land at the death or marriage of my wife.
Executor: wife Virlinder Robinson and her brother Samuel Adams
Signed: October 7, 1805 William Robinson
Wit: William P. Ford, Allison F. Bealle, Thomas M. Smallwood

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Charles County Maryland Will Book DJ-16, 1833-1850; {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 155.
Philip J. Ford, Will, March 6, 1836; June 11, 1839
I, Philip J. Ford of CC, being sick and weak in body, but of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding;
First, a marble slab placed over the graves of my father, one over my mother and another over my own body and inserting on each slab our names, when we were born and when we died. All the said slabs to be supported on each side and end, by a solid brick wall and all graves to have a substantial enclosure.
To the Foreign Missionary Society of the Episcopal Church of the United States, of which I am a member, 500 dollars, the interest only to be annually applied to the promotion of the Redeemers Kingdom in foreign countries.
To the Domestic Missionary Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the United States of which I am a member 500 dollars, the interest only to be annually applied to cause of religion in my own country.
To the Education Society of Virginia for the benefit of the theological students at the Protestant Episcopal Theological Seminary of Virginia near Alexandria, District of Columbia, 1000 dollars, the interest only to be annually expended.
To the vestry of Port Tobacco Parish, Charles County, Maryland, for the support of a minister or ministers and for the education of poor orphans or indigent children at St. Paul's Chapel Free School, Charles County, Maryland under the care of the rector and vestry of Port Tobacco Parish, 1000 dollars, the interest annually apportioned, ½ for a minster and ½ for a teacher.
To the children of my sister Ann Latimer and the children of my sister Penelope Beale the residue of my estate real and personal with the express understanding that portion of my estate which will fall to my niece Mary P. Smallwood, to be entrusted to my executors and if my executors should die before my niece, my nephew Allison F. Beale to be entrusted with the property.
Item: it is my will that the children of nephew Doctor Latimer shall have the same proportion of my estate would be entitled to if living.
Executors: nephews Allison F. Beale and Randolph B. Latimer
Signed: March 6, 1836 Philip J. Ford
Wit: Josiah Dent, Gerard S. Dyson, Washington Boswell 
Beale, Allanson Ford (I054641)
 
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Penelope Beale of Charles County

State of Maryland, whereas Penelope Beale of Charles County, widow,
mother and natural guardian to Allanson Ford Beale, Martha Tennison Beale, Mary Penn Beale and Penelope Anne Beale, children of Charles Beale, late deceased, by her petition to the honorable, the Chancellor, did set forth that the said Charles Beale had in his life time, to wit, on the 12 January 1793 surveyed for him a tract of land called "Green Brier", lying in Charles county and containing one acre, one rood, and ten perches by virtue of a warrant for 5 acres obtained by him, the 3 of October 1792 as appears by the certificate thereof returned to the land office. That the said Charles Beale departed this life in the year 1793 without having made a will, leaving the first three mentioned children and Charles Beale infants. That the said Charles Beale, the infant, died shortly after his father and Penelope Anne Beale was born after the decease of her father. That the equitable interest in the said land being now vested to the children above mentioned and the composition due on the certificate thereof fully paid, the petitioner prayed that a patent may be issued. Chancellor ordered that a patent be hereby granted to Alanson Ford Beale, Martha Tennison Beale, Mary Penn Beale and Penelope Anne Beale. Granted 21 August 1794. MD LW&P 1792-1795, FHC Film 0013125, page 419. 
Beale, Martha Tennison (I054643)
 
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Penelope Beale of Charles County

State of Maryland, whereas Penelope Beale of Charles County, widow,
mother and natural guardian to Allanson Ford Beale, Martha Tennison Beale, Mary Penn Beale and Penelope Anne Beale, children of Charles Beale, late deceased, by her petition to the honorable, the Chancellor, did set forth that the said Charles Beale had in his life time, to wit, on the 12 January 1793 surveyed for him a tract of land called "Green Brier", lying in Charles county and containing one acre, one rood, and ten perches by virtue of a warrant for 5 acres obtained by him, the 3 of October 1792 as appears by the certificate thereof returned to the land office. That the said Charles Beale departed this life in the year 1793 without having made a will, leaving the first three mentioned children and Charles Beale infants. That the said Charles Beale, the infant, died shortly after his father and Penelope Anne Beale was born after the decease of her father. That the equitable interest in the said land being now vested to the children above mentioned and the composition due on the certificate thereof fully paid, the petitioner prayed that a patent may be issued. Chancellor ordered that a patent be hereby granted to Alanson Ford Beale, Martha Tennison Beale, Mary Penn Beale and Penelope Anne Beale. Granted 21 August 1794. MD LW&P 1792-1795, FHC Film 0013125, page 419. 
Beale, Charles (I054644)
 
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Penelope Beale of Charles County

State of Maryland, whereas Penelope Beale of Charles County, widow,
mother and natural guardian to Allanson Ford Beale, Martha Tennison Beale, Mary Penn Beale and Penelope Anne Beale, children of Charles Beale, late deceased, by her petition to the honorable, the Chancellor, did set forth that the said Charles Beale had in his life time, to wit, on the 12 January 1793 surveyed for him a tract of land called "Green Brier", lying in Charles county and containing one acre, one rood, and ten perches by virtue of a warrant for 5 acres obtained by him, the 3 of October 1792 as appears by the certificate thereof returned to the land office. That the said Charles Beale departed this life in the year 1793 without having made a will, leaving the first three mentioned children and Charles Beale infants. That the said Charles Beale, the infant, died shortly after his father and Penelope Anne Beale was born after the decease of her father. That the equitable interest in the said land being now vested to the children above mentioned and the composition due on the certificate thereof fully paid, the petitioner prayed that a patent may be issued. Chancellor ordered that a patent be hereby granted to Alanson Ford Beale, Martha Tennison Beale, Mary Penn Beale and Penelope Anne Beale. Granted 21 August 1794. MD LW&P 1792-1795, FHC Film 0013125, page 419. 
Beale, Penelope Anne (I054645)
 
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Margaret Young (wife of Richard) d. 27 Jul 1723 
Young, Margaret MNU (I100291)
 
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STOUGHTON, WILLIAM, and Ann Catherwood (alias) Elzey, were married 29
January 1716/17, by Revd. Mr. Alexander Adams an orthodox minister of Gosple
of Jesus Christ in ye Province of Maryland. 
Family F42384
 
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"At a Court James City 29 March 1628, Richard Bennet, aged 20 years, sworne and examined, sayth that Capt. Preen or his assignes receaved satisfaction of Mr. Edward Bennet for the passage of two men in the Hopewell, 1623 to be delivered in Virginia."
Edward Bennet imported many servants to his plantation in Virginia and his nephews Richard and Robert Bennet managed his plantations. Robert Bennett, his nephew, has often been confused with Robert Bennet, his brother, for it appears from the Minutes of the General Court in 1628 that Robert Bennet, his nephew, was of the age of 18, as follows:
"Nicholas Thompson of the age of 25 yeares or thereabouts sworne and examined sayth that John Burland coming to Mr. Richard Bennett demanded of him three men which his uncle was to deliver unto him whereupon Mr. Bennett brought out and tendered him 3 of the age of 17 yeares, the youngest of them as he then told him, but Burland refused to accept them and soe departed.
Robert Bennet of the age of 18 or thereabouts sworne and examined sayth in effect as much as Nicholas Thompson hath already averred.
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VIRGINIA LAND GRANTS: Nell Marion Nugent, Cavaliers and Pioneers, p.162, 5 Nov 1648,
To Phillip Bennett Gent. 200 acres in Nansemond Co. and on the head branches of a creek called Robert Bennett's and behind a patent of 700 acres taken up by the said Robert Bennett, adj. Antho Weoles. Due by virtue of the right of a grant made unto Robert Bennet Feb 18, 1638 & s'd Phillip Bennet, adm of sd Robert, resigned into the office.

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Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 1, Part II; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 101
MR. ROBERT BENNETT, 200 acs. Up. Co. of New Norf., 18 Feb. 1638, p. 612. In the second Cr. on the Ely. side of Matrevers river, behind his own land. Due for trans. of 4 pers: John Hodgen, Silvester Barker, Thomas Harwood, Thomas Needham.
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Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 1, Part I; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 66
ROBERT BENNETT, 700 acs. Up. Co. of New Norf., 18 Aug. 1637, p. 458. Aboute a mile & a halfe up a Cr. neare the mouth of Nansamund Riv., beg. at a pine marked with the letters of his name—RB—bordering up a par- cell of land marked by Robert Newman upon the E. side of sd. Cr., the Cr. runing up S. or neare thereabouts from the river. Trans. of 14 pers: James Leonard, Peter Rice, Elizabeth Gilbert, Georg Rowles, Robert Raby, Richard Haies, Phillipp Pharin, (or Phazin), Geo. Rotherum, John Ford, Jon. Lee, Ann Bussey, Richard Smith, Edward May, Elizabeth Russey.
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Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 1, Part I; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 66
RICHARD BENNETT, Gent., 2000 acs. Up. Co. of New Norf., 19 Aug. 1637, p. 459. Being a neck of land in Nansamund Riv. about 2 mi. from the point or beg., adj. land of John Parrott, beg. upon sd. Riv. at Parraketo point & upon the Cr. side at a greate Oyster bancke, runing from the Riv. to the Cr. N. W. & S. E. & up the same S. W. Trans. of 40 pers: Jon. Francis, Ann Atwood, Alex. Garner, Jon. Hane (or Have), Eliza. Husley, Geo. Lock, Rich. Bird, Jon. Peters, Jon. Dee, Tho. Williams, Gilbert Lee, Tho. Jones, Ambrose Bennett, Rich. Cullumbine, Tho. Luter, Robt. Moore, Henry Ruskin, Rich. Morris, Austin a Negroe, Ralph Hewes, Thomas "killed wth a tree," Rich. Glascock, Rich. Glascocke, Edward Yorke, Willi. Quillmead, Peter Bayly, Robert Rawson, Peter White, Willi. Fowler, Wm. Limpson, William Durand, Robert Campeere, Arthur Wood, Henry Johnson, Grace his wife, James Smith, Mary Harding, Arthur Martin, Georg Bussey, Richard Bennett.
SAME. 350 acs. Same Co. & date, p. 460. Being a neck of land neare a mile within Sandy Cr., being the first Cr. to the Wwd. of Crany point, sd. neck lying S. W. into the woods &c., sd. Cr. going in & out betweene Nansamund & Eliz. Rivers. Trans. of 7 pers: Thomas Jefferies, William Ford, John Jolly, Robert Farthing, James Willett, Tho. Bennett, John Robinson. 
Bennett, Robert (I037872)
 
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"In 1775 John Hinkston and other settlers built fifteen crude cabins on a broad flat ridge above the South Fork of the Licking River, along an old game trail from McClelland's Station (Scott County) to Lower Blue Licks. This site is now in Harrison County. Simon Kenton and Thomas Williams helped build a blockhouse at the station in the winter of 1776-77. Indian threats then caused its abandonment. Isaac Ruddell enlarged and fortified the station in 1779; after that, the site was interchangeably referred to as Ruddell's or Hinkston's. A large number of Pennsylvania German families lived there and at Martin's Station, only a few miles away. Ruddell's Station was attacked by Capt. Henry Byrd and his British and Indian troops in 1780. About twenty inhabitants were killed at the site. The survivors were subjected to a forced march to Detroit, where they remained prisoners for the remainder of the Revolutionary War. The bones of the victims were later gathered and buried in a mass grave covered with stones. The site was included in Hinkston's 1,400-acre settlement and preemptive grant, filed in 1784, and is marked by a stone monument." See Destruction of Ruddle's and Martin's Forts in the Revolutionary War, (Frankfort, Kentucky., 1957). Written by Nancy O'Malley. Kentucky Encyclopedia - 1992 Ruddle's Station was SouthEast of Cynthiana.

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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.shawhan.com/stations/hinkson.html
URL title: John Hinkston's or Isaac Ruddell's Station
Note:
There also was a William Marshall at Ruddell's Station.

John Hinkston's or Isaac Ruddell's Station

This station had a short but colorful history. John Hinkston first established a settlement here in 1775 with fifteen cabins but Indians caused its abandonment fifteen months later (Ardery, Julia Spencer. Bourbon Circuit Court Records. Register of the Kentucky Historical Society. 1939:11; Lafferty, 1957:13; Perrin, William Henry. History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky. O.L. Baskin & Company, Chicago. 1882). John Townsend on Townsend Creek and John Cooper on Cooper's Run reportedly raised corn to supply the station's seed for the 1776 crop. Some other early inhabitants included William Kennedy and Thomas Dunn (Staples 1934). Simon Kenton and Thomas William spent the winter of 1776-1777 and helped to build a blockhouse here (Kenton, Edna. Simon Kenton, His Life and Period. Doubleday, Doran and Co. Garden City, N.Y. 1930:76).

The site was enlarged and fortified by Isaac Ruddell in April, 1779 and became known as Ruddell's Station. A great many people lived here and at Martin's Station in 1780 when both sites were captured by the British and Indians under Captain Byrd. Drake (1942:2115-216) lists the following settlers who were among the residents at the time of the attack:

John Bird
Frank Berry
Francis Berry
Mrs. Nelly Sharp Berry and children
Samuel Brooks
John Burger
Mrs. Carroll
Mrs. John Conway and seven children
Mrs. Samuel Conway two Conway girls
Michael Conway
Samuel Conway
Sally Conway
Joseph Conway
Benjamin Cooper
Casper Karsuer
Thomas Clark
Sarah (Ruddell) Davis
Thomas Davis and wife
John Denton, wife and Miss Denton
John Duncan, wife and son
George Finley
Capt. & Mrs. Charles Gatliff and children
George Givens
Michael, Peter and John Goodnight
James Gray
Henry Grott
Misses Goodnight
John Haggin
Col. Benjamin Harrison
Nicholas Hart
Capt. John Hinkson
Mrs. Honn
Catherine Honn
Joseph Houston and his company from Pennsylvania
Robert or Charles Knox
Rhoda Long and other children
Mr. and Mrs. George Lail and children
Mrs. Laport, son and Judy Laport
John Long and wife
WILLIAM MARSHALL
Jacob Markle
Patrick Mahan and wife
Thomas Mahan
Margaret Mahan
James Mahan
John Mahan
William Mahan
Jane Mahan
John Martin
William McCune
Robert McDaniel, wife, children
John McFall, wife
James Morrow
William Nesbitt
Mr. Purseley
Elizabeth Bowman Ruddell
Stephen Ruddell
Abraham Ruddell
Lt. (Thomas) Ravenscraft
Capt. Isaac Ruddell
Isaac Ruddell, Jr.
Elizabeth Ruddell
James Ruddell
Mr. and Mrs. (John) Sellers, children
Hugh Shannon
William Steele
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Spears
Martin Toffelmire, wife, 6 children
William Whitsett
Anne Maria, fiancee of Mat Detroit
Samuel Van Hook
William Whitesides
To this list can be added John Conovery (possibly Conway) and Capt. John Smith (Staples 1934:1-22, 265), both of whom were captured. William McCune deposed that the station had 30-40 men, women and children in 1780 (Staples 1934:156-158), meaning probably 30-40 families. A large number of settlers were taken prisoner and marched to Detroit. Lafferty (1957:13) indicates that twenty were killed on the spot. These victims were later buried in a mass grave by piling stones over their bodies. Matthias Lair and his brother, John, settled on the property after the Revolutionary War. In 1845, a Lair descendant gathered the bones of the massacre victims and placed them in the Lair family crypt where they remain today. 
Marshall, Harrison Co. Ky (I102883)
 
415
(3) Anne Stuart, b. shortly before the death of her father in 1701 or 1702. (Inventory of John Stewart Sr. April 24--1702). She and prior to 1735 (date of Mother's will), John Chilton, elder son of Capt. John Chilton of Currioman, West'd County, Virginia. They lived some years in Washington Parish, in the Irish Neck, then moved to Caroline Co,, and again, back to West'd. County, Cople Parish. They had:

1. Lettice Chilton, named in the will of her gr. mother, 1735;
2. John Stuart Chilton, of Cople Parish, 1760:
3. Sturman Chilton, removed to Loudoun County, Virginia., abt. 1760.

There were probably other children.
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Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia
MUSE, ELIZABETH, 29 March 1735; 27 May 1735. Sons William, Nicholas and Daniel; daus. Anne Chilton, Elizabeth Barnett, Barbara Minor; granddau Mary Minor and Lettice Chilton. 
Stewart, Anne (I025860)
 
416
(5)
George Mason
of
Lexington departed
this life on the 5th day of
December 1796 in the 44th
year of his Age.
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1794-1798 Fairfax Co Va Wills Liber G {Antient Press}; PP-254
I GEORGE MASON of LEXINGTON in the Parish of Truro & County of Fairfax being of perfect & sound mind & memory but in bad health & mindful] of the uncertainty of human life do make & appoint this my last Will and Testament.
My body I desire may be decently buried but without pomp or Perrade in a plain unornamented coffin in the Family Burying Ground at GUNSTON. I request and particularly desire that neither my Family nor Friends wear Mourning for me unless it be a Scarf or some buffing badge, My Worldly Estate I dispose of in manner & form following. Imprimis. I give & bequeath to my Wife, ELIZABETH, during her life or Widowhood my Mansion House & Seat calded LEXINGTON together with the gardens orchards & pastures adjoining
Item. I give & bequeath to my Wife during her life or Widowhood, my Plantation in DOGUE NECK commonly called the DOGUE NECK PLANTATION, where J. FUGATE is Overseer, for the present year 1795, together with all the Negroes Stocks of Horses cattle sheep hogs & cows which shall property belong to and be maintained on the said Plantation at my death, with all the Plantation utensils, Implements of Husbandry thereto belonging:
Item. I give and devise unto my Wife during her life or Widowhood the six following slaves. to wit, Sarah, Phillis, Betty, Cooke Charles, Jerry Son of Occoquan, Nell & George Son of Phillis (seven named) also my saddle horses, carriage & horses, and my Waggon & horses at LEXINGTON, also the use of all my Plate, household & kitchen furniture, also the right & privalege of geting wood and timber in any part of my land in DOGUE NECK for the proper use of said Plantation in DOGLT NECK & the Mansion House at
LEXINGTON,
Item. I give and devise to my Sons, GEORGE & WILLIAM & their heirs forever when they arrive at the age of twenty one years or marry, whichever shall first happen, my tract of land whereon I now live called DOGUE NECK to be divided between them by the following lines or bounds, vizt, to begin at the RIVER POTOMACK at a place called the CAUSEWAY POINT at the mouth of the Great March, which is about half way between the upper Landing at the Plantation where J. FUGATE is now Overseer & a place well known by the name of MOORE's SAND BEACH. thence in a Streight line Northerly thro' the said March to a small Island in the said March at or near the mouth of CRAWFORDs CREEK over which I have made a Dam to Drain the said Creek; the Island I suppose contains two or three acres of land, thence thro' the said Island dividing it into equal parts, Northerly in a streight line from the Island crossing the Road leading from GUNSTON to the DOGUE NECK PLANTATION, thro' the Old Field to some Honey Locust, Lombardy Poplars & Cherry trees which stand near OLD CRAWLEYs GRAVE YARD about one hundred yards above the fording place over the Head of HALTZ CREEK, thence a streight line Northerly thro' the woods so as to cross the near way path leading from GUNSTON to LEXINGTON exactly half way between LEXINGTON & the Road leading out of the NECK called the LOG TOWN ROAD, thence the line continued untill it strikes Mr. COCKBURNs line in mentioning the bearings of those dividing lines I have guessed at the Courses supposed generally they will be Northerly, my intention will be easily known by any person acquainted with the situation of DOGUE NECK; this will divide the said Land called DOGUE NECK into two parts of nearly equaly value, one part having the seat & Mansion House called GUNSTON & the other that called LEXINGTON, my Son, GEORGE, taking his fir
choice of those parts or tracts when thus divided; whichever of my Sons geting the GUNSTON HALL Tract to have the right & privalege during his life of geting Timber in any part of DOGUE NECK for the proper use of the seat at GUNSTON & the Plantations at NEW TOWN &HALLOWING POINT,
Item. I give & bequeath to my Son, GEORGE MASON, my Gold Watch which was given to me by my Farther, also a large Silver Bowl & a large Silver Salver, both of them pieces of Family Plate. I also confirm unto him the Gift of a Silver Beaker given to him by his Grand Father, COLO GEORGE MASON & if either of my Sons should die under age and
leave no Son by marriage then & in that case the whole of the DOGUE NECK Land to go & decend to the other Brother, but in case either of them die leaving a Daughter or Daughters in marriage, then the other Brother to inherit his part of the DOGUE NECK land as before metnioned on paying to the Daughter, if only one, Ten thousand Dollars, if more Daughters than one, Fifteen thousand Dollars to be divided among them equally the money to he paid in five equal annual payments to commence from the death of either Brother, the money to be put out at Interest or laid out in property for the use of the said Daughter or Daughters, untill they come of age or marry at the discretion of their Farthers Executors or Friends if no Executors,
Item I give & bequeath to my Son, WILLIAM, my small Gold Watch, which I brought with me from France & my Chamber Clock.
Item It is my will & desire & I hereby direct & order my three Quarters, viz. NEW TOWN or POHICK QUARTER. HALLOWING POINT QUARTER & OCCOQUAN QUARTER to be kept up and worked as usual & the profits arriseing from them to be laid out in the Education & Maintenance of my Children untill my two Sons respectively come of age or marry & take possession each of his part of my Estate as given or to be given by this Will the remainder of the profits after paying for the maintenance and education of my Children to be put out at Interest or laid out in property at the Discretion of my Executors. one half to be divided between my Sons & the other half to be divided among my Daughters as they respectively come of age or marry. I request that very particular attention he paid to the Education of my Sons
Item. Tis my will & desire and I hereby order & direct that as soon as either of my Sons comes of age or marrys, the Negros, stocks of horses & of every other kind not already specifically given, the plantation utensils &c. on the plantations at NEW TOWN or
POHICK, HALLOWING POINT or OCCOQUAN, also at the ROGUE NECK PLANTATION &the Plantation at LEXINGTON in case of their Mothers death or marriage, to be equally divided between my Sons, GEORGE & WILLIAM & whereas I have given to my Wife during her life or Widowhood several Negros, the Stocks &c., on my Plantation called DOGUE NECK QUARTER the use of my household furniture, Plate &c., it is my will & desire & I hereby direct & order that at her death or marriage all the Negros, stocks, household furniture, Plate &c., be taken into the hands of my Executors & be added to the Common Stock for the benefit of my Children & the Negros to be equally divided between my Sons, GEORGE & WILLIAM as they come of age of marry before directed; Item. Tis my will & desire & I hereby direct & order that all debts due to me either by Bond or account be placed as a Fund for my three Daughters Fortunes & that the money collected as speedily as may be by my Executors & divided among my Daughters as they respectively come of age or marry, the rent of my FISHING LANDINGS to be disposed of in the same manner & for the same use of my Daughters, untill my Sons each take possession of the LANDINGS on the Lands given to them,
Item. I give & bequeath to my Daughter, BETSY, & her heirs forever the six following slaves & their increase, Priss & her Child Will. Nathan, Bess, Matilda & Lett, Daughter of An cilia, a saddle horse saddle & bridle not to exceed the price of one hundred & fifty dollars, also a feather bed & furniture compleat.
Item. I give and bequeath to my Daughter, NANCY, & to her heirs forever the six following slaves & their increase. Cloe & her Child Kate, Alice, Jeremy, Henry & Dennis, Children of Phillism a saddle horse saddle & bridle not to exceed the price of one hundred & fifty Dollars, also a feather bed & furniture compleat.
Item. I give & bequeath to my Daughter, SALLY, & her heirs forever the six following slaves, Case & her Child Sall Frank, Sam Son of Winey, Hagar & Toney, Children of Milly, a saddle horse saddle & bridle not to exceed the price of One hundred & fifty Dollars, also a feather bed & furniture compleat. If either of my Daughters chose to take the money instead of the Horse saddle & bridle, my request and desire is taht it be paid to them, in case either of my Daughters, BETSEY, NANCY or SALLY die under age or unmarried, then in that case everything given by this Will to the Daughter of Daughters that my die to go & decend to the surviveing Daughter or Daughters; And Whereas I have a Mortgage in a Lott of Land in ORANGE County (which is recorded in the said
County) from P. ADAMS for a Debt due from him, my Will and desire is that my Executors take the most speedy method to recover the money or said Mortgage & apply it to the Fund for my Daughters Fortunes in the same manner as before mentioned, And Whereas I have a claim against the Estate of the late Mr. GERRARD HOOE, my Wife's Farther, under a Marriage Promise, which claim he by his Will put in the power of his Wife, MRS. SARAH HOOE. to settle but which has never yet been settled, I hereby require my Executors to urge MRS. HOOE or her Heirs to s speedy settlemtn by such means as Council Learned in the Law shall direct, & the proceeds of this Claim to be disposed of among my Children as my Wife may think best, And Whereas MRS. HOOF has given up to me to receive the rents of a tract of land containing about Six hundrd acres on FLAT RUN in CULPEPER County belonging to the BARNES ESTATE, untill a Settlement of my Claim before mentioned on MR. HOOE's Estate is made & has also given to me a Tract of Two hundred & thirteen acres on CROOKED RUN in the said County taken up & Patented in the name of Mr. GERRARD HOOE which two tracts of land rent for about Sixty pounds, my will & desire is that Thirty five pounds which I have agreed to pay annually to MRS MASON. (Widow of my late Farther), as rent or compensation for a claim she had on Five hundred acres of land in DOGUE NECK during her natural life be paid out of those Rents & the ballance to be divided as received between my Sons, GEORGE & WILLIAM, And Whereas I have a lots in the Town of (blank) at the HOT SPRINGS in BATH County, a conveyance for which is to be made on my taking a Bond of Ten pounds which I gave for the said Lott, my will & desire is that the said Conveyance be made to my Sons, GEORGE & WILLIAM, & their heirs forever, to whom I give the said Lott;
Item. It is my will & desire & I hereby order & direct that all my Lands in the KENTUCKY COUNTRY be equally divided between my two Sons, GEORGE & WILLIAM, and all my other lands not mentioned in this Will be sold or divided among my Daughters at the direction of my Executors, if sold the money arriseing from the sales to be added to the Fund for my Daughters Fortunes as before mentioned, my intention is that the whole of the Funds for my Daughters Fortunes be converted into money & put out at Interest or laid out in property as before mentioned divided equally among my Daughtes, BETSEY, NANCY and SALLY, as they respectively come of age or marry, in case of death, the survivor or survivors to inherit the whole as already mentioned; And it is my will and desire that a Mourning Ring be puchased by my Executors & given to each of my worthy friends & Brothers in Law, Mr. DANIEL McCARTY, Colo. JOHN COOKE & Mr. WILLIAM THORNTON, I appoint my Brothers, WILLIAM, THOMSON, JOHN & THOMAS my Executors & Guardians to my Children. I desire that the Court take no security of them & require only an Inventory of my Estate. I recommend my Dear Wife & helpless Children to the protection of my Executors I declare this to be my last Will and Testament
written & signed with my own hand this Seventh day of April One thousand seven hundred and ninety five
Witness RINDA: JOHNSON, LAW. WASHINGTON, GEORGE MASON
DANIEL McCARTY, THOMPSON MASON,
J. MASON
I GEORGE MASON of LEXINGTON do this fourth day of May the year above written make and publish this Codicil to my last Will & Testament, vizt., I give to my Wife to be paid to her by my Executors out of the profits of my Estate, the sum of Forty pounds a year for Four years & in case she should not make sufficient crops of Corn or raise Pork & Beef at her Plantation for the use of the said Plantation & the use of herself at LEXINGTON,
then & in that case she is to be supplied with these articles at the discretion of my Executors during her life or Widowhood. Item. I give and devise to my Wife during her life or Widowhood the Negro Lad Jacob (who works in the Garden) & I direct & order that Jerry & Lewis continue to work in the Garden for two years if my Wife chooses them to do so. Item I direct that the Garden at LEXINGTON be paled in & the expence paid out of the money arriseing from the profits of my Estate; Item. I direct that the House at GUNSTON be kept in decent repair & the Garden enclosed & the expence dpaid of the money arriseing from the profits of my Estate .
June 28th 1795. I declare the following also as a Codicil to my Will. I give to my Daughters BETSY, NANCY & SALLY the five lobs I have purchased in the CITY of WASHINGTON, Viz, No. 8, 9, 10, 11 & 12; situate at the Corner of Square 106 on Streets J & 19th those lots to be improved or not at the discretion of my Executors out of the Funds allotted for my said Daughters.
GEORGE MASON
November 3rd 1796 I declare the following also as a Codicil to my Will, And Whereaz.i since writing this Will & two Codicils my situation is altered by my Wifes being now pregnant, if the Child should be born alive & arrives at the years of twenty one years or marrys whichever may first happen, I then give him or her and heirs forever all my lands in KENTUCKY hereby revoking that part of my Will respecting my KENTUCKY
Lands. I also give him or her Nell & her increase forever & the boy called Jeremy 6c at
his or her Mothers death, Sarah & Phillis, & their increase from this time & Five hundred Dollars to be paid out of the profits of my Estate at the age of twenty one years or sooner if my Executors think proper; I hereby revoke that part of my Will respecting
Interest in the POTOMACK COMPANY & give the whole of it to my Son, WILLIAM, & desire that the parts of shares I have purchased of my Brothers and Brothers in Law may be conveyed to him
THOMPSON MASON, GEORGE MASON
DANIEL McCARTY
At a Court held for Fairfax County the 19th December 1796
This last Will and Testament of GEORGE MASON deceased, was proved by the Oaths of RYNALDO JOHNSON and DANIEL McCARTY and the two Codicils thereto annexed were also
proved by the oaths of DANL. McCARTY. witness thereto and ordered to be recorded: And on the motion of WILLIAM MASON, THOMPSON MASON, JOHN MASON and THOMAS
MASON, the Executors therein named, who made Oath and Executed and acknowledged
bond in the penalty of Ten thousand Pounds conditioned as the Law directs, Certificate
is granted them for obtaining a probate thereof in due form
Teste P. WAGENER, Cl Cur
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EILBECK, WILLIAM, Portobacco Parish, Charles Co. 2 Jul, 1763; 17 Oct 1765
Wife Sarah, choice of 20 Negroes, husbandry gears at my Pomonkey Quarter; use of all lands in Charles Co.
Mentions grandchildren.
To dau, Anne Mason, Profits of two tracts In Prince George's County, called "Chiney" and "Chiney's Addition," 410 a,
To grandson George Mason, Negro boy Dick.
To grand dau. Anne Eilbeck Mason, Negro girl Penny.
To grandson William Mason, Negro boy Cato.
To grandson Thomson Mason, Negro boy Cupld.
To grand dau. Sarah Mason, Negro girl PrIsso
To grand dau. Mary Mason, Negro girl Nan.
To grandson William Mason in case he and his elder brother George Mason both shall live to full age of 21, all my lands, to take after my wife's decease.
To son in law George Mason, 50 lbs. whom I constitute and make my ex .
Mentions anything due from Joseph Aderton, deceased of John Aderton his ex. 33, 364
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Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller

Sarah Edgar Eilbeck died bef 18 Dec 1780 in Charles County, MD.

Charles County, Wills AF 7.582
Sarah Eilbeck's Will
I, Sarah Eilbeck of CC, widow, am of sound mind, memory,
and understanding.
To my grandson William Mason when he arrives at age 21 or
marries, all my lands in CC. If he dies underage and
unmarried, then I give my lands to my grandson,
Thompson Mason when he arrives at age 21 or marries. If
William and Thompson both die underage and unmarried, I
give my lands to my grandson, John Mason, when he
arrives at age 21 or marries. If my 3 grandchildren all
die underage and unmarried, I give my lands to my
grandson, Thomas Mason.
To my grandson William Mason the following 14 Negro slaves
and their increase, viz, Ben, Penrith, Frank, Will,
Peer, Clem, Jack, Bess, Doll, Milly, Nell, Kate,
Henry, Beck [the last 4 mentiond being the daus
of Bess]. Also my horses, cattle, sheep, and hogs,
and all the plantation utensils & tools of husbandry at
my dwelling plantation and Pomonkey Quarter. Also, 5 of
my best beds with the furniture belonging to them and
the rest of my household and kitchen furniture not
herein otherwise specifically disposed of, except the
remainder of my beds & the furniture belonging to them.
To my grndson George Mason my diamond ring.
To my grndson Thomas Mason 25£sterling money and a gold watch.
To my grandson John Mason the Negro boy named Tom, the son of Bess.
To my grandson Thomas Mason the Negro boy named James, the son of Moll.
To my granddaughter, Anne Eilbeck Mason a Negro woman named
Arecasa, and her son Nace. Also my tea chest with silver cannisters.
To my granddaughter, Sarah Mason a Negro woman named Jenny,
and her 3 children, Sue, Robin, & Jesse. Also my
gold watch and my emerald ring set round with Sparks.
To my granddaughter Mary Mason a Negro woman named Moll &
her son Billy. Also my stone ring set round with Sparks.
To my granddaughter, Elizabeth Mason a Negro woman named China
& her daughter Patt. Also a Negro girl named Hannah, [the dau of Moll].
Also 2 plain rings.
To each of my sd granddaughters, Ann, Sarah, Mary, &
Elizabeth 100£sterling [over and above the money by
me heretofore lodged in their father's hands] out of
the debts due me or the money I mah have at my death,
to be paid to them when they reach age 21. If any of my
granddaughters dies underage and unmarried, then the
money hereby bequeathed to her shall be equally divided
between such of my sd granddaugters as shall live to
the age of 21 years, or marry.
To my son-in-law Colo George Mason the rest of my estate.
Executor: my son-in-law, Colo George Mason. I order that no
security shall be required of my executor, other than his
own bond for the administration, and that no appraisement
shall be made of my estate, but only an inventory taken.
Signed Feb 7, 1775 Sarah Eilbeck.
Wit: Thos Thornton, Anne her mark M.Catee, Danl Jenifer
Probated on Dec 18, 1780 by the oath of Colo George Mason,
Esq., and witness Anne McCatee. George Mason, Jr, the Heir
at Law, is beyond sea and therefore not present. 
Mason, George V (I020341)
 
417
(Forrest Davis, Rev. War soldier, who moved to Montgomery Co., MD--LDR).
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Montgomery Orphans' Court proceedings 1779-1810
Forest Davis under 21 chooses Benjamin Kelly as guardian, pg 15, August 1781

Reason Davis aged 17 years March 19th next chooses Benjamin Kelly as guardian, pg 21, Feb 1783

Lodowick Davis, Jeremiah Davis, Giddeon Davis and Harriett Davis choose Richard Davis as guardian, pg 21, Feb 1783

Lodowick Davis estate, ordered writ of sequestration issue to Richard Woottton against deceased estate, page 10, Dec 12, 1780

=== Research Notes by Lee Phillpott

Joshua Saffell to Forrest Davis-1789
Deed (all property and belongings because of debt)
Montgomery County Court (Land Records)
D, 1787-1791
MSA CE 148-4
pp. 230-231

At the request of Forrest Davis the following deed was recorded this 8th day of July Anno Domini 1789,,To wit,, This Indenture made this Bet[blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty nine Between Joshua Saffell of montgomery County of the one part and Forrest Davis of the same County of the other part, Whereas an application of the said Joshua Saffell to the honorable John Rogers Esquire Chancellor of the State of maryland for the Benefit of the act of assembly respecting insolvent debtors the said Chancellor on the third day of july in the year seventeen hundred and eighty Nine was pleased to appoint the above named Forrest Davis Trustee on Behalf of the Creditors of the said Joshua Saffell should execute a deed to the said Trustee for all his property debts rights and Claims (accepting the necessary wearing apparel of himself and family) in Trust for the creditors of the said Joshua Saffell Now This Indenture, Witnesseth that the said Joshua Saffell in pursuance of the said order of the Chancellor and to obtain the Benefit of the said act of assembly and in Consideration of one shilling Current money to him paid by the said Forrest Davis . . . all and every debt and sum and sums of money belonging to and due and owing to the said Joshua Saffell as are in the Schedule of the said Joshua Saffell heretofore filed in the high Court of chancery particularly mentioned . . . .

Test} William (his mark) Medley Joshph (his mark) Williamson Joshua Saffell (Seal)

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=== Research Notes by Lee Phillpott

Forrest Davis to Lodowick Davis heirs-Jan 1791
Bond
Montgomery County Court (Land Records)
E, 1791-1794
MSA CE 148-5
pp. 446-447

At the Request of Lodowick Davis the following bond was recorded this 9th day of November 1793 to wit" Know all men by these presents that I Forrest Davis are held and firmly bound unto Lodowick, Rezin, Jeremiah, Gideon, Amos and Harriet Davis in the just and full sum of two hundred pounds current money to be paid unto the above mentioned Lodowick Rezin Jeremiah Gideon Amos & Harriet Davis or to their certain Attorney executors administrators or Assigns for the which payment well and truly to be made and done I bind myself my heirs executors and administrators firmly by these presents sealed with my seal and dated this sixth day of January One thousand seven hundred and Ninety one The Condition of the above Obligation is such that if the above bound on Forrest Davis his heirs executors and administrators or any of them do and shall well and truly convey release relinquish and make over unto the above Named Lodowick Rezin Jeremiah Gideon, Amos & Harriet Davis all and singular the right title claim and interest that the said Forrest Davis hat or may have in or to the portion or Quantity of land that falls to them of Lodowick Davis (deceased) estate then the above Obligation to be void and of no effect or ____ to be and remain in full force and virtue in law
Signed sealed and delivered in presence of
Agnatius Pigman Thomas Kelly Forrest Davis (Seal)

_______ Bond is the following and _______ to wit" The true intent and meaning of the above instrument of writing is that whereas it appears by the will of the said Lodowick Davis deceased that he hath left all his land to be equally divided amongst all his children, and there is nothing mentioned in the said will concerning their heirs and as the said Forrest Davis believes that the intention and purport of the said will was that the said land should be the right and property of the said Children and their Heirs, therefore he the said Forrest Davis doth covenant and agree to make it over as above mentioned,
Test Ignatius Pigman Thomas Kelly Forrest Davis


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=== Research Notes by Lee Phillpott

Forrest Davis to Jeremiah Davis-Dec 1793
Benjamin Square (part of the resurvey) & Davis' Content (part of), 42 acres
Montgomery County Court (Land Records)
E, 1791-1794
MSA CE 148-5
pp. 466-467

At the Request of Jeremiah Davis the following Deed was recorded this 17th day of December 1793 "to wit" This Indenture made seventeenth day of December in the year of Our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety three Between Forrest Davis of Montgomery County and Sate of Maryland of the one part and Jeremiah Davis of the County and State aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that the said Forrest Davis for and in consideration of the Sum of five shillings current money to him in hand paid by the said Jeremiah . . . unto the said Jeremiah Davis the following piece or parcel of land being part of the resurvey on Benjamin Square and part of Davis's content beginning for the same at the one of the thirty first line of the resurvey on Benjamin Square and running thence North Nine degrees East eighty perches then North Sixty degrees west sixty eight perches to the given line of Davis's content and with it reversed south fifteen and a quarter degree-west twenty two perches to the end of the Eleventh line of said tract still with it reversed south sixty eight degrees west fourteen perches then North sixty two degrees west Eleven perches to the first line of Lodowicks range and with it south thirteen degrees East three perches to the end thereof then south thirty eight degrees west twenty five perches to the one of the eighth line of Davis's content then south twenty six and a half degrees East thirty six perches to the end of forty six perches on the fourth line of Davis's content then by a straight line to the Beginning containing forty two acres of land . . . .

[Dorcas Davis renounced all her right and title to dower]

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152-154. Ignatius Pigman recorded 18 March 1796 from Lodowick Davis, Resin Davis, Jeremiah Davis and Gideon Davis for £10, part of Resurvey on Pigman's Square, adjacent to part of Davis's Content, formerly laid off for Forrest Davis, to resurvey on Benjamin's Square, containing 4 8/10 acres. Signed by parties before Charles Magruder, Richard Green. Polly Anne wife of Lodowick, Susannah wife of Jeremiah and Sarah wife of Gideon Davis relinquished dower. At same time Eleanor Palmore, relict of Lodowick Davis, deceased, relinquished her right of dower. 
Davis, Forrest (I093633)
 
418
(N), m. 1742/67, Ann, dau. of Henry Acton of PG Co. (PG 1:332, 401; Liber AA:7; MDAD 28:245).

Josiah, m. by 1750, Ann, dau. of James and Anne Downing; Anne m. 2nd, Benjamin Higdon (PGWB 1:553; PGAD DD#6, 53).
=== Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

July 16, 1750 - The Prince George's Co., Md. administration account of James Downing names children, including dau. Ann Wynn.
Source: Skinner, V. L., Jr., "Abstracts of the Administration Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, 1744-1750," p. 170.
Comment: This shows that Ann Downing had m. Josiah Winn by July 1750. 
Family F05522
 
419
(Old Rappa. Deeds &Wills, 1665-1677, Ruth & Sam Sparacio, McClean, Virginia)

Robert {Lisson}SISSON also purchased land from Humphrey BOOTH which BOOTH had acquired from his mother-in-law, Mrs. Margaret (-----) Underwood Upton Lucas and which was adjacent to that of Col. Wm. UNDERWOOD whose widow married next Archdale COMBS. Robert SISSON'S {Lisson} sister, Mary, m (1) Nathaniel POPE, (2) Anthony BRIDGES; (3) Lewis NICHOLAS; and (4) David WYCLIFFE. Her first husband, Nathaniel POPE, was the father of her son, Nathaniel POPE alias BRIDGES, who m Jane BROWN, d/o Original & Jane BROOKS Brown, and whose property was adjacent to that of John COMBS of Richmond VA (s/o Archdale & Mrs. Elizabeth COMBS, the latter the widow of Col. Wm. UNDERWOOD, and thus sister-in-law by marrige to Humphrey BOOTH (See Also Brooks-Brown-Pope-Wroe Families & Underwood &c. Families)
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1663-1668 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 3; [Antient Press]; Page 93-94
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I ARCHDALL COMBE doe hereby give unto my Sone in Law WM. UNDERWOOD JUNIOR or the heires of his Body lawfully begotten from me and my heires one Cow marked wth a Crop on both eares being a Black Cow only a white list along the Back of Collo. JNO. WALKERs Marke called Nancy wth one Cow Calfe of the sd cow marked wth Mr. ALEXANDER FLEMINGs marke and one Browne Heifer marked with a crop on the Right Eare wth three slats in the Crop and an underkeele in the left Eare, a slitt, and underkeelel & an overkeele being named Cole & fifteen hundred pounds of good sound Tub. wth caske to be paid at the Next ffall of the Leafe to be disposed of into Catle or otherwise for the use behoofe of the said Wm. Underwood or his heires as aforesd and this I doe acknowledge to be my Voluntary Act, provided that if the sd Wm. should dye wthout issue as aforesd then that the sd Catle and increase and wch shall be purchased with therefore menconed Tob: doe Revert to me the sd boner or otherwise to be & remaine to be & remaine to the sole use & behoofe of the foremenconed Donee and his heires aforesd wth their increase and proper use I the sd boner Reserving the use of the sd Catle for their Milke to my Selfe I looking after them till the Donee come of age to chuse him a Guardian And doe oblidge my selfe likewise soe long as they shall remaine in my hands to make the increase of them wth one marked for the sd Donee his use As Witness my hand this 7th of June 1666 Test W MOSELEY Archdall Combe
RICH. MOXLEY
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I Archdall Combe doe constitute & appoynt my trusty & well beloved friend Mr WM MOSELEY my true and lawfull Attorney to accknowledge the above deed of Guift that I have made unto my sone in Law WM. UNDERWOOD JUNIOR at the next Court for Rappa County As Witness my hand this 17th of June 1666
Test RICH: MORLEY Archdall Combe
JOHN CRAMPE
Recognit in Cur Com Rappa 12th Die 7bris Ano 1666
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1663-1668 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 3; [Antient Press]; Page 308-309
TO THE WORPLL HIS MATIES JUSTICES of the Peace for Rappa. County THE HUMBLE PETICON of GEORGE DAVIS Humbly sheweth that yr Petnr. hath bin at great cost and trouble in and towards the sore Leggs of a Servt. wch yr petnr. bought of Mr, ARCHDALL COMBE and ye petnr, doth find the said cure verry difficult and of necessity the said person after the time of his Freedom wch by order of this Worpll. Court hath but two months to serve must come to the charge of the Parrish. Now may it please yr Worps. yr Petnr. having this yeare unfortunately taken into his House sundry persons about the time the giving in the list of Titheables who shortly after departed againe from yr Petnr soe that yr Petnr. lyeth lyable to pay their Levyes wthout any Recompence and the promises of yr Petnr. Servt. considered If it shall please yr Worps. in consideracon of the Levyes to Bestow so much charity on the said Laime person and soe leave the said person to the Care and cure of yr Petnr. yr Petnr. doth hereby oblidge himselfe that the Lame person shall be not burthensom & chargeable to this Parish by Reason of these his Dangerous Sores.
And yr Petnr. shall pray etc [1667]
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1663-1668 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 3; [Antient Press]; Page 362-363
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I ARCHIDALL COMBS of the County of Rappa. Gent. Doe owe and stand Indebted unto JOHN BRADFORTH of the said County Miller the full and just quantity of nyne thousand pounds of good Merchantable Tob: in caske due to be paid at or uppon the Tenth day of 8br Next. The Condition of this obligacon is such that if the above bounden Archdall Combe his heires or order doe well and truely pay or cause to be paid unto Jno. Bradford his order the sume of Foure thousand five hundred pounds of Tob: & Caske according to act at the time above specifyed then this obligacon to be void otherwise to stand in full power force and virtue IN WITTNESS whereof I sett my hand and seale this 7th day of Febry
1667/8.
Testis ALEX: FLEMING, Archdall Combe
ROBERT PAINE
This Bill Bindeth me Archdall Combe of the County of Rappa. Gent. my heires to pay or cause to be paid unto John Bradford of the same County Miller the sum and quantity of Six thousand pounds of Tob: & Caske due to be paid at or uppon the Tenth day of 8br next in sume convenient place or places in Rappa. County to the abovesd Bradford his heires or Order and for the Better Securing and sure paymt: of the abovesd Some of Tob: I the said Archdall Combe doe for and from me and my heires bind over one seat of land belonging to me scituate in Rappa. County cont: 200 acres Knowne by the name of THE FORREST wth all Houses belonging for the full Terme of nynty nyne yeares to say unto Jno. Bradford & his heires during the said terme as also the dowry of my now Wife ELIZABETH & doe promise to accknowledge the same in Court when thereunto legally called and Deliver Seizure according to Law. IN WITTNESS whereof I subscribe my hand
and seale this 7th day of Febry: 1667/8.
Test ALEX: FLEMING, Archdall Combe
ROBERT PAINE
Recognit in Cur Com Rappa. 5 Die Martii 1667/8
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1668-1670 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 4, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 29-31
KNOW ALL MEN by these pntes that I ARCHDALE COMBE of Rappa. Plantr. have for a valueable consid by me in hand raced have bargained & sold from me and my heirs for Ever the two thirds of land menconed with Bill of Sale on the other pt of the Leafe that I bought of JAMES COGHILL unto FRANCIS TRIPLETT his heires for Ever and doe warrant that the sd FRANCIS TRIPLETT his heires shall from time to time & at all times hereafter quietly & peaceabley Enjoy Hold & possess the sd two thirds of land above menconed As Witnesse my hand this 9th day of Aprill 1668 Witnesse JOHN EVENS ARCHDALL COMBE
his marke
THOS WRIGHT
This 28th day of Septr. 1668 the assignemt. wth the land above menconed was acknowledged by Mr. ARCHDALL COMBE to the use & behoofe of FRANCIS TRIPLETT his heirs by him received that the same be Recorded in the Cort. of Rappa.
Recognitr. Cor Nobis JOHN CATLETT
THOS. HAWKINS
KNOW ALL MEN by these pntes that I FRANCIS TRIPLETT of the County of Rappa. Cooper have for the valueable consid by mee in hand Reced Bargained sold from me & my heires for Ever the two thirds of land menconed in the Bill of Sale on the other side that I bought of Mr. ARCHDALL COMBE unto FRANCIS STERNE his heirs for Ever & Doe warrt, that the sd FRANCIS STERNE his heires shall from time to time and at all times hereaftr. quietly & peaceably Enjoy Have & Hold the sd two third pte of land as above menconed wthout Fraud or Coven as Witness my hand April 30th 1669
in pnce of us WARWICK CAMOCK FRANCIS TRIPLETT
JAMES BORN ABIGAIL TRIPLETT signum
Septr, the 28th 1669 the Assignmt of the Deed of Land wthin menconed was acknowledged by FRANCIS TRIPLETT & his Wife ABIGAIL to the use & Behoofe of FRANCIS STERNE his heires by them desired that the same bee recorded in the Cort, of Rappa Recognitr. Com Nobis, JOHN CATLETT
Novembr Xth 1668 Recordat in Cort Rappa.
KNOW ALL MEN by these pntes that I FRANCIS TRIPLETT of the County of Rappa. Cooper for & in consid of the some of Six thousand pounds of Tob. & caske to mee in hand contented & fully sattisfyed at & before the sealing & Delivery of these pntes by FRANCIS STERNE of the County aforesd Plantr. Have for mee my heirs give grant bargain sell & confirm,: unto the sd FRANCIS STERNE all that prall of land adjacent to the land of MR. NICHOLLS Deceased wch hee bought of MAJR. UNDERWOOD thence to the Forrest land called COLEMANs from thence along the FORREST PATH to the land of MR. NICHOLLS aforesd To Have and To Hold the sd Land wth every pt & pcell thereof from mee my heires to him the sd FRANCIS STERNE his heires for Ever to the onely proper use & behoofe of him the sd FRANCIS STERNE his heires and I the sd FRANCIS TRIPLETT for mee my heirs by these pntes covenant promise & agree to & wth the sd FRANCIS STERNE his heirs that the sd FRANCIS STERNE his heires shall & may from time to time & at all tymes heerafter for Ever quietly & peaceably Have Occupy & Enjoy the sd Land the sd STERNE his heirs yeilding and payeing & dischargeing the Rents & Services hereof due of Right accustomed. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this thirtieth day of Aprill 1668.
in pace of us WARWICK CAMMOCE FRANCIS TRIPLETT
JAME BORN ABIGAIL TRIPPLETT signum
This Deed of Land wthin menconed was this day acknowledged by FRANCIS TRIPLETT & his Wife ABIGAIL to the use & Behoofe of FRANCIS STERNE his heirs & by them desired that the same bee recorded in the Court of Rappa. to all intents & purposes within men-
coned JOHNCATLETT
Recordatr. in Court Rappa. Xth Die 9bris 1668 THO: HAWKINS
FRANCIS STERNE's marke halfe spade on the Right Eare Cropp of the left Recordatr, Xth 9bris 1668
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1668-1670 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 4, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 60 - 57
KNOW ALL MEN begat I ARCHDALL COMBE doe appoynt Mr. JNO FOXHALL my Lawfull Atturney or any one whom hee shall appoint in a business depending Between Mr. LANE and myselfe as also Between Mr. GLOVER and myselfe I allowing & confirmeing what they shall doe lawfully to stand & Remayne in as full force as if I myselfe was present As Witness my hand this 22d December. 1668
Witnesse prsent MARMADULE HUDSON signum ARCHDALL COMBS
MARMADUKE DENNIS signum
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 5, Part II - 1674-1676; Antient Press: pg 278-279
TO ALL XPIAN PEOPLE to whom this present writing cometh Wee ARCHDALL COMBES and ELIZABETH COMBES the Lawful Wife of the said ARCHDALE living and being in the Parish of Sitting Bourne of the County of Rappa in Virginia send greeting in our Lord God Everlasting. Know yee that wee the said ARCHDALE and ELIZABETH COMBES for divers valuable causes us thereunto moving especially for ann in consideration of Six hundred acres of land made over to the said ELIZABETH COMBES and her two Sones as by a Writing will appear have by these presents devised granted sold and confirmed & by these presents doe grant make over and confirme unto WILLIAM UNDERWOOD SENR. living and being in the Parish and County aforesaid the Lawful! Sone and Heir Apparent of Collo. WILLIAM UNDERWOOD deceased and formerly Husband of the aforesaid ELIZABETH to him his heirs and assigns forever all and every part and parcel! of the right claim and remainders in the thirds and Dowry of the same formerly called THE MOUNT scituate lying and being in the Parish and County aforesaid wch did of Right and by Law belong and descend to the said ELIZABETH as being the Relict of Collo. WILLIAM UNDERWOOD deced aforesaid and now in Rights & in the possession & occupation of the said ARCHDALE COMBES as Intermarrying with her the aforesaid ELIZABETH To have hold use and possess the aforesaid Dowry and thirds of the said land withall and singular the tenements and appurtenances excepting only the profitts of the thirds of the MILL thereto belonging to the said WILLIAM UNDERWOOD his heirs and assigns forever without the molestation or denial! of the said ARCHDALE and ELIZABETH the Wife of said ARCHDALE or of any the heirs of them or any person clayming any title or interest therein by him or under him or any or either of us by or from the heirs of either of us and also said ARCHDALE COMBES and ELIZABETH COMBES have further agreed to give and confirme and make over such further assurances of the said land with all and everything thereto belonging to the said WILLIAM UNDERWOOD his heirs and assigns forever as the Learned and Lawful! Coun cell of the said WILLIAM his heirs and assigns shall at any time hereafter demand and finally the said ARCHDALE COMBS and ELIZABETH do oblige ourselves to the said WILLIAM UNDERWOOD his heirs & assigns to acknowledge and confirm either by ourselves or by our lawful! attorney this present instrument of writing at or upon the next Court following the date hereof held for Rappa. County in the full and just sum of Three hundred pounds Sterling money of England to be paid at or upon the Munday in Easter Weeke next after the day and date hereof and at or in the house of the said UNDERWOOD doth now live and inhabit In Testimony whereof wee have hereunto sett our hands and seals joyntly and severally this 14th day of November in the year of or.
Lord God 1674
in presence of us FRANCIS TRIPLETT, ARCHDALE COMBS
EDWARD ROUZY ELIZABETH COMBS
Recognitr in Cu Com Rappa 5 die May 1675 p
ARCHDALE COMBES et AMORY BUTLER 
Combs, Archdale (I030725)
 
420
(William G. Scroggins )

John M. Scroggins [SMTP:scroggjm@erols.com]
Wm G Scroggins "Scroggins Papers"

Quoting from page 10:2 of
http://users.erols.com/scroggjm/scrogginsdata/wgs/scroggins10.pdf:

"The birth date of Margaret Scrogin (B6) is unknown but she was described as a godchild of Margaret Summerton after the deaths of George and Susanna. [Scrogin, Scroggin Scroggins, Arthur E. Scroggins, Dodge City, KS, 1964, Charles County Land Records Liber Y1, folio 34, Maryland Hall of Records.]"

=== Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

Aug. 1699/1700 - Margaret Scroggens, another orphan of George Scroggen, deceased; bound to William Lummerton [sic; Summerton?] till age 16 years.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber A No. 2, pp. 208-209. 
Scroggin, Margaret (I010462)
 
421
****
Will of John Beale Weems
Anne Arundel County,Maryland
Dated : November 28,1794
Proved : December 11,1794
***
In the Name of God, Amen.
I John Weems of Anne Arundel County in the state of Maryland considering the uncertainty of life and
possessing at present a sound mind, memory, and understanding, though afflicted in my Body with
severe illness, being desirous of settling my worldly affairs do hereby make and publish this my last Will and Testament in the following manner and form Viz :
Imprimis, I give and devise all my now dwelling plantation being part of Portland Manor to my son
William Weems and his heirs forever.

2nd It is my Will and direction that my Executors herein named shall sell and dispose to the best
advantage all my part of a tract called Lordship's Bounty containing one hundred and one acres. Also all my part of three other tracts called Burrage, Burrage's Blossom, and Burrage's End
containing two hundred acres. Also all my other tracts and parcels of land now in my possession
on Herring Creek to be sold as above and I do hereby fully authorize and empower them so to do
and the money arising from this sale thereof to be applied to the payment of my just debts.

3rd I give and bequeath to my Sons John Beale Weems and William Weems and to my daughter
Elizabeth Weems all my property of whatsoever kind it may be which shall be on the plantation
late the property of Mrs. Anne Beall at the time of my decease except a Negroe woman hereinafter
named to be equally divided between my three children. I further give to my daughter Elizabeth
one Negroe girl named Poll. Also one silver tea chest, one silver salver, one silver tea pott, six silver tea spoons and six silver table spoons to be equally divided between my daughters
Elizabeth Weems and Anne Weems.

4th I further give to my daughter Anne Weems the choice of Fifteen Negroes also one Negro woman
named Hagar independent of her equal division.

5th After payment of my just debts and legacies and deducting my wife's third part of the estate, I will and direct that the residue and remainder of my property of every kind and denomination
whatever be equally divided between my sons John Beale Weems and William Weems and the heirs of my daughter Sarah Johns, my daughter Mary McPherson, Elizabeth Weems, and Anne Weems, but as two of my said daughters, Viz, Sarah Johns and Mary McPherson have already had and received of me sundry Negroes to the number of 30 and upwards, it is my will mind and direction that they, the said Sarah Johns and Mary McPherson shall account accordingly to a Just and fair estimate to be made for the value of all such Negroes by them respectively received which value shall be taken and considered as part of their distributive share of my Estate herein to them bequeathed....

Lastly, I constitute and appoint my loving wife Mary Weems and friends John Hall of the Vineyard and Alexander McPherson executors of this my last will and testament hereby revoking annulling and making void all other wills and testaments by me heretofore made. I hereunto set my hand and affix my seal this Twenty Eighth day of November One Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety Four....
***
John Weems

Witnesses
Edward Hall
Mordicai Hall
Henry Hall

Anne Arundel County 11th day of December 1794. Then came Henry Hall one of the subscribing witnesses to the within last Will and Testament of John Weems late of Anne Arundel County deceased and made oath on the holy Evangels of Almighty God that he did see the Testator
therein named sign and seal this will and that he heard him publish, pronounce and declare the same to be his list Will and Testament, etc.
Edward Hall - December 12,1794
Mordicai Hall - December 13,1794
****
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Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1801-1803; Liber IB-5 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 74.
At the request of Levin G. Bowen the following Deed was recorded December 22, 1801
Indenture made September 15, 1801; Alexander McPherson in consideration of the sum of 500 pounds current money paid by Levin Godsgrace Bowen has sold a tract of land "Black Oak Thickett" containing 250 acres. Signed by Alexander McPherson in the presence of William H. McPherson, Ignatius Middleton
September 15, 1801; Mary McPherson wife of Alexander McPherson relinquished her right of dower. 
Weems, Mary (I009448)
 
422
****** This Richard may have been a brother to William however, age wise, he was probably from an earlier marriage so he is shown as a separate record.
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The only "hit" I had was on the wife of Richard Marshall. She was Mary Brown, daughter of Gerard Brown and Elizabeth Allanson. Richard Marshall was deceased by 1700 because Mary was married to Richard Wise by that time. Her third husband was Timothy Dunaway.
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3/27-30/1758: Deposition of Edward Brawner, age 75 who stated that after the death of Gerard Brown, his widow m. Dr. John Cornish. The youngest daughter of Gerard Brown was Mary who married first, Richard Marshall; second, Richard Wise, and third ____Dunaway. (Rick Saunders).
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Will of Gerard Brown, 7/11/1676-1/3/1677, Chas. Co.
Wife: Martha (Exec.) plantation during life.
Son: John 100 ac. "Christian Temple manner".
Daughter: Jane, personal estate.
Daughter: Mary 150 ac. "Merchant Tailor's Hall".
If any children die under age or without issue, survivors to inherit.
Wit: Thomas Allanson and Edward Roberts.
NOTE: The second wife of Gerard Brown was Martha Munn who had married first, William Allen. After the death of Gerard Brown, she married John Cornish.
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11/1710: Mary Dunaway bound her son, Richard Wise, aged 10 to Edward Cornish and her son, Francis Wise, aged 8 to Thomas Austin. (Rick Saunders).
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servant to Benjamin Rozer 1683 age 14

Col. Benjamin Rozer 7C.98 I CH #235423 May 25 1681 (gentl-)-
Servants mentioned; George Right, Robert Smallpage, Richard Conner, Walter Poore, Thomas Bowke, John Harris and his wife (unnamed), Richard Marshall, Henry Baall, Evan Hugh, James Loyle, William Ellis, Francis Morgan, John Harper, Godfrey W d, Tohn Gardner, William Low, John Owen, Abraham Parker, Samuell Street, John Pittman, John Probart (taylor), Cornelius Butwell, Mary Pratt, Ruth Temple, Jemima Johnson, Martha Jones.
Appraisers: Henry Mms, Thomas Hassey (gentleman).
Mentions partnership with Marke Lampton.
List of debts: (see page 80.)
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Charles County Land Records, Liber Q, Page 99
11 Aug 1696; Indenture from Richard Marshall, planter, and Mary his wife, to Nicholas Boade {Beade}, planter; for 3,000* tobacco; a parcel called Merchant Taylors Hall on the south side of Mattawoman Creek; laid out for 150 acres; /s/ Richard Marshall, Mary Marshall (mark); wit. Lewis Jones (mark), Cleborne Lomax, Thos. Whichaley
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Charles County Land Records, Liber Q, Page 97
11Aug 1696; Indenture from Thomas Whichaley and Elizabeth his wife, relict and extx. of Edward Ford, to Pryor Smallwood and Bayne Smallwood; for 10,000# tobacco; a parcel called Christian Temple Manor on Mattawoman or St. Thomas' Creek; bounded by part of sd. manor belonging to Richard Newton and Richard Marshall; containing 200 acres; /s/ Thos. Whichaley, Eliza. Whichaley (mark); wit. James Neale, Jno. Douglas
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Charles County Land Records, Liber Z, Page 76
Recorded at request of Mrs. Susannah Mason:
14 Jan 1703; Indenture from Thomas Whichaley and Elizabeth his wife to Susanna Mason of St. Mary's Co.; 13 Apr 1659 patent JR.351 granted Thomas Allanson, Gent., a tract called Christian Temple Manor on the south side of Piscataway River of 1,000 acres; Charles Allanson inherited this land from his father, Thomas; 14 Feb 1689 [R48.491 conveyed to Edward Ford; by his will dated 6 Jan 1693 Edward conveyed 200 acres of this land to his wife Elizabeth; for 9,000# tobacco this 200 acres on St. Thomas Creek; bounded by Marshall's house, Maj. Smallwood and Gerrard Browne; /s/ Thomas Whichaley, Eliza. Whichaley (mark); wit. Jno. Rowland, Tho. Onell; 14 Jan 1703 Thomas Whichaleyy and wife Elizabeth ack. deed; Susannah Mason paid alienation 15 
Marshall, Richard {Unproven} (I001599)
 
423
1 Apr 1660 (Lancaster) VA. Will of Thomas ROOTES. Dated 25 Jan 1660. Thomas MARSHALL, Samuel CUSHER. God-son Thomas ROTEN. Sister, ROTEN. Sister, Anne WHITE. God-son, Thomas EDWARDS, son to Jno EDWARDS, chirugeon. Elizabeth ROBINSON's two children. Exec.: John EDWARDS, chirugeon. Wit. Jno. FLOWER, Nich. GEORGE. w.b. 2, pg. 387.
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James Hughes 2006-01-05 20:27:36
Nicholas George and Margaret --- of Isle of Wight and Lancaster Co, Virginia

Nicholas George Sr made his Will around 1661 or earlier. No date was given, but the Will was proven 8 May 1661 in Lancaster Court. Here is a transcript of a portion of the Will as given by John Frederick Dorman in his 1969 document on the Nicholas George family, he cites his source as Loose Wills at the Virginia Archives:

My wife may enjoy the lands I now live on her life time, only my sonne Nicholas George may have land upon the devident to make a plantation on if he will.

My daughter Grace George may have a parsell of land one the other side the River adjoyninge upon the land of John Edwards upon the line of marked trees before Nicholas Hale's last survey.

.... My wife may have my man servant Absolam Ware if and she give unto daughter Grace 1000 pounds of tobacco to by her a bed.

One Chest to my wife.

Three basons and two dishes and two apeese to my three children.

Signed Nicholas (X) George

Witnesses: John Sharpe, Henry (H) Davis

The court minutes for 8 May 1661 show that administration was granted to Margaret George the widow and Nich George Jun. (Lancaster Co, Virginia Order Book 1656-66 page 143)
===
Dr John edwards purchased 700 acres in Lancaster co on Corotoman River, and 300 acres in westmoreland co 14may1662 from Thomas Graves Jr. of Gloucester County Va
===
Northumberland County Record Book 1652 -1658: ©Peter's Row - 2002
[Page 99 R]
Thomas Medestard and John Edwards their pattent.
To all etc. Whereas etc. Now know you that IRichard
Bennett Esq. etc. Give and grant unto Thomas Madestard
and John Edwards three hundred acres of land situated in
Northumberland County upon the North [-----] of Great
Wicocomoco River five miles up the said river or there
abouts beginning upon the land of Martine [-----] and
extending along the river West Northwest [15---] and from
thence extending into the woods North [-] 320 pole and
so parallel to the river course [East South-----] upon the
aforesaid land of Martine Cole. The said land [-----] due
unto the said Thomas Medestard and John Edwards for the
transportation of six persons into this colony whose names
are in records mentioned under this pattent etc. dated the
26th of February 1653.
R Bennett '
W. Claiborne Secr.
===
Northumberland County Record Book 1652 -1658: ©Peter's Row - 2002
Thomas Madestard his assignment of land to John Nicholls
and John Edwards.
I Thomas Madestard do assign over all my right title
and interest of the within specified land unto John Nicholls
and John Edwards or their assignees. Witness my hand this
2nd of September 1654.
Thomas Madestard
Teste - signum William Clapham,
signum Joseph Daniell
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Northumberland County Record Book 1652 -1658: ©Peter's Row - 2002
John Edwards his assignment of a pattent to William
Downing.
I John Edwards do assign over all my right title and
interest of this pattent unto William Downing his heirs or
assignees as witness my hand this 20th of January 1656.
John Edwards his mark.
Witness - John Wood his mark, Francis Clay
I John Edwards above mentioned do warrent the said
sale unto the said Wm. Downing and his heirs, extrs, admtrs
and assignees forever together with the land and ediffices
there unto belonging, witness my hand this 21st of January
1656.
John Edwards signum
Witness - John Haynie, William Jeffars
21st January 1656, this assignment and warrent of
John Edwards to Wm. Downing was acknowledged in court
by the said Edwards and is recorded with the pattent.
===
Northumberland County Record Book 1652 -1658: ©Peter's Row - 2002
John Edwards his assignment of a pattent to Wm. Downing.
The pattent is recorded folio' 64 huius Libri granted to
Martine Cole.
I John Edwards do assign this land within mentioned
unto William Downing or his extrs admtrs and assignees
forever and do warrent the sale thereof dated this'21st of
January 1656.
John Edwards signun
Witness - John Haynie, William Jeffars
21st January 1656, this sale of land to Wm. Downing was
acknowledged in court by John Edwards and is recorded.
===
Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 4; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 350
JOHN EDWARDS, Chirurgion, 700 am. Lancaster Co., 3 June 1657, p. 113, (168). Upon head of the Eastermost branch of Corotoman Riv., neere a path called Morattico or Wiccocomoco path. Renewal of patent dated 26 Feb. I653.
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Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 4; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 374
MR. JOHN EDWARDS, 118 acs. Lancaster Co., 30 May 1657, p. 205,
(299). Between Rappa. & Corotoman Rivers & running to marked trees of Capt. Hackett. Trans. of 3 pers: John Edwards, Mary Edwards, Leonard Caccott (?). Deserted by sd. Edwards & granted 14 Oct, 1665 in name of Mr. David Fox. Note: The 3 names following appear on the margin of this record & no doubt represent the head- rights of sd. Fox. Symon Commick, Jno. Brooks, Wm. Cassell. 
Edwards, John Dr. (I029054)
 
424
1. MATTHEW 4635 RUST (BENEDICT* 3284, MATTHEW* 2073, SAMUEL~^#* 1022, WILLIAM 11) was born 1779 in Probably Frederick Co (Clarke Co, Virginia.), and died Abt. 1850 in Lived in Front Royal 1820, 1850 Fred. Co.. He married (1) DEBORAH UNDRELL 20 May 1793 in Frederick Co, MD. He married (2) MARGARET RUST 14 August 1822 in Frederick Co, MD, daughter of PETER RUST. She was born Abt. 1780. He married (3) COMFORT MARSHALL 17 January 1833 in Frederick Co, MD, daughter of WILLIAM MARSHALL and ELIZABETH NEE?. She was born 1785 in Frederick Co, MD, and died in Frederick Co, or Warren Co, Virginia..

Notes for MATTHEW 463 RUST:
I've found them on an 1850 census in Clarke County, Virginia. He has children too old to be the children of Comfort. Making certain this was a 2nd or 3rd marriage. The marriage record in the abstracted records for a Matthew and Deborah U. must surely be his. Marriage to Margaret Rust was 1822. Then he married Comfort Marshall in 1833, after all his children were born.

Its possible that there was another Matthew Rust in the same area. Not sure all the above marriages were his. But with children, the men almost always shortly married again.

Rust of VA, book by Ells. M Rust only notes one son, Benedict, who goes West and no further knowldege. Census records indicate others.

1820 Frederick Co, Virginia, Census (Later Warren Co.) Front Royal twp.
Matthew Rust
Males:
10-16 = 1
36-45 = 2 (Matthew 41)
45+ = 1
Females:
16- 36 = 1
36-45 = 2 (M'd 1822. Sisters?)
45+ = 1
Engaged in Commerce = 6
Slaves:
Males:
To 26 = 36
To 45 = 1
Females:
To 36 =1
To 45 = 1
45+ = 1

Clarke Co, Virginia 1850 Census: 12th District. Census Roll 940, Pg. 199.
Matthew Rust, age 71, farmer.
Comfort....wife, age 65
Heinda (hard to read), age 22, female, guessing a daughter.
Henrietta A, age 21,
Benjamin F, age 20, Male, (Can't read his occuation.)
Henrietta, age 60, Female. No doubt the sister of John Rust, dau. of Benedict.
Matthew served in the war of 1812, as an ensign in Captain James B Sowers company of riflemen, 51st Regiment, Frederick Co, Virginia; with McDowell's Flying Camp. From 29 Sep 1813 to 10 Jan 1814, in the 4th Regiment, Virginia militia.


RUST - MARSHALL CONNECTION:
Two of her sisters had married other brothers. Elizabeth & Martha Marshall m'd John & George Rust. They married much earlier than Comfort M. This leads me to believe she married a little late in life.

Only one son, Benedict, was shown in the Rust book, yet on the 1850 census, we find other likely children.

The Rust book estimates his death about 1848. Obviously he was alive in June of 1850. Certainly, one Matthew Rust was married to Comfort Marshall and had children from a previous marriage. The name of Henrietta matches a sister of Matthew & daughter of Benedict, Sr. He may have had 3 wives. OR.. I may have meshed two Matthew Rusts; but I think not.

By the time he marries Comfort Marshall, she was not likely the mother of his children on a later census.

More About MATTHEW 463 RUST:
Name 2: Matthew 463 Rust
Date born 2: 1778
Date born 3: Abt. 1779, Old Frederick Co, Virginia
War 1812 1: 1812, 51st Regiment, riflemen
War 1812 2: Bet. 09 September 1813 - 10 January 1814, McDowells's Flying Camp

Notes for DEBORAH UNDRELL:
In the abstracted reasons for the bondman:
Deborah Undrell, living in the household of Thos. Ward who writes that bride has no father or mother living and no relation in this state (and that) she is far advanced in her twenty first year of age. Bondsman, Dale Carter.

I am perplexed about how many marriages Matthew had. At the date of 'this' marriage, he would have been age 14. Therefore, the Mattew Deborah married, is surely another.

More About MATTHEW RUST and DEBORAH UNDRELL:
Marriage: 20 May 1793, Frederick Co, MD

Notes for MARGARET RUST:
Her father, Peter Rust, was the bondsman for their marriage. I think I have her with the right Matthew as husband. The dates do match.

More About MATTHEW RUST and MARGARET RUST:
Marriage: 14 August 1822, Frederick Co, MD

Notes for COMFORT MARSHALL:
Bondsman for her marriage, John Bushrod Rust. She would have been his aunt. Her sister was Elizabeth Marshall Rust, JBR's mother. I believe she was the 2nd wife of Matthew Rust.
SOURCE: FREDERICK CO, Virginia ABSTRACTED MARRAIGE RECORDS.

Source for birth year:
1850 Clarke Co, Virginia census, with husband Matthew Rust.

I believe they had no children. All the children on the 1850 Census were born before their marriage.

I've seen her name as Comfort M Rust. I am not sure the 'M' is for a middle name at all. I think it is for 'Marshall', her maiden name. None of her sisters seem to have middle names.

More About COMFORT MARSHALL:
Name 2: Comfort Marshall
Date born 2: Abt. 1785, Frederick Co, MD

Marriage Notes for MATTHEW RUST and COMFORT MARSHALL:
The minister was Thomas Buck, Jr.

More About MATTHEW RUST and COMFORT MARSHALL:
Marriage 1: 17 January 1833, Frederick Co, MD
Marriage 2: 1833, Frederick Co, Virginia

Child of MATTHEW RUST and MARGARET RUST is:
i. BENEDICT6 RUST, b. Abt. 1827.

Notes for BENEDICT RUST:
I am unsure what happened to this Benedict. I've estimated his birth, based on the dates for the rest of his siblings. (These other siblings were found on the 1850 VA census.) If he was not listed, he surely had 'gone West' by 1850.

E.M. Rust says in his book, "Rust of VA." : "Benedict, said to have gone West, and of whom there is no further available information:.


Children of MATTHEW RUST and COMFORT MARSHALL are:
ii. HEINDA (SP?)6 RUST, b. 1828.

Notes for HEINDA (SP?) RUST:
She was listed as daughter on the 1850 Clarke Co, Virginia census. I could not read her name. This is a stab at it.

iii. HENRIETTA A RUST, b. 1829.

Notes for HENRIETTA A RUST:
Found on 1850 Census of Fred. Co, Virginia census
Dist. 16, line or page 352.

iv. BENJAMIN F RUST, b. 1830, Old Fred. Co, (Clark) VA.

Notes for BENJAMIN F RUST:
I could not read his occupation. Could be something like Works on farm. 
Rust, Matthew (I007355)
 
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12/15/1736: Deposition of John Warren in which he stated he was a nephew of Sarah, she being a sister of the whole blood of this defendant's mother, and that said Sarah was the widow and Exec. of Justinian Gerard of SMC (MD Chancery Depositions).
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WORREN, JOHN, Ste Mary's. Co. 28 May 1750; 25 June 1750.
To wife Briget Worren, Negro woman Monicka, Negro man George and at her death to son Thomas Warren.
To dau, Anne Reader, Negro girl Sarah.
To dau, Mary, Negroes Ben and Rachel,
To dau. Monica, youngest Negro girls, Agnes and Gean.
Remainder to be divided among my four childrens Thomas Warren, Anne Reader,, Mary Warren and Monica Warren.
Wife Bridgett, extx.
Wit: Robert Purtle, Dennis Burne, Jr., Dennis Burne. 27.325.
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John Warren 44.43 SM £223.10.0 Aug 28 1750 Nov 5 1750
Appraisers: William Jenkins, Thomas Breden.
Creditorst James Armstrong, Robert Chesley,
Next of kin: Anne Reader, Thomas Warren.
Administrators/Executors: Bridgit Warran, Thomas Warran.
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John Warren 31.71 A SM £223.10.0 £256,15.9 Sep 9 1751
Sureties: Dennis Burne, John Manly.
Received from: Robert Chesley.
Payments to: James Wheatley, James Armstrong, John Reeder, Charles Dillion, John Willson, John Manly, Robert Chesley, William Hebb, Abraham Roads, Valentine Cole, Elisabeth Williams, Thomas Warran (accountant).
Distribution to (all of full age): widow (unnamed), Thomas Warran (son), Anne Warran (daughter) wife of John Reeder, Mary Warran (daughter) wife of McKeteri Norris, Monica Warran (daughter) wife of William Jackson,
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From: Linda Reno
Sent: Tuesday, May 22, 2007 8:13:52 AM
Subject: Re: Warren Family

She's Rebecca Kirkley. Don't know if she married a Cutler, Cuttler, or Colter.

Will of Rebecca Colter, SMC, 10/18/1740-11/28/1740. To 4 child. Mary and ____entire estate. Servant: Christopher Smith, 1 year of his time. Exec.: Not named. Wit: John Cole, John Medley. (Maryland Calendar of Wills). NOTE: I think this will is misleading and don't believe that Rebecca had any children. See her administrative accounts dated 7/7/1746 which refer to her legal representatives, Thomas, James and Mary Kirkley.

4/10/1741-7/6/1741: Admin. accts. of Rebecca Coulter, SMC. NOK: John Warren and Luke Russell. Admin.: George Kirtley.

7/7/1746: Admin. accts. of Rebecca Colter, SMC. Sureties: Cornelius Manning, John Cole (Newtown 100). Legal representatives: Thomas, James, and Mary Kirkley. Admin. (de bonis non): Thomas Kirkley.

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Francis Neavett 7.96 A SM £108.7.4 £39.l.0 Aug 4 1725
Received frome Peter Mills, William Bradburn, John Medley, John Smith.
Payments to: Arrabella Charles, John Warren, Philip Key, Ezekiel Paine, Col. John Baker, Henry Winsted, Mary Spink, John Reynolds, Mathew Daft, James Thompson (accountant),
Legatees: John Parr, Lewis Moore.
Executors: John Mills, James Thompson.
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Richardson, Bridgitt, widow, St. Mary's County, 5th Feb., 1723-4; 16th Mar., 1723-4,
To daus. Bridgitt Richardson Warran, Anne and Elinor and son Nicholas,personalty.
To child. afsd. and son John Warren, ex., residue of estate.
Test: George Beverly, Winifred Wheatly, John Hammond, 18.239.
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Mrs. Bridgett Richardson 9.380 SM £60.13.10 Apr 20 1724 May 2 1724
Appraisers: John Hamond, Joseph Wheatly.
Creditors: Richard Hopewell, John Roades.
Next of kin:. Nicholas Richardson, Anne Richardson,
Executor: John Warren.
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Bridgett Richardson 6.308 A SM E60.13.l0 43.19.ll Apr 14 1725
Received from: Joseph Wheatly.
Payments to: Joseph Milbourn, Joseph Taylor.
Legatees: Nicholas Richardson, Jaffield Blomfield,
Executor: John Warren.
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Bridgett Richardson 7.377 A SM £10.12.10 May 28 1726
Payments to: Col. Peter Prisby, Mr. Thomas Waughop, Capt. Richard Hopewell.
Executor: John Warren.
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St. Mary's County Circuit Court
Land Survey, Subdivision, and Condominium Plats
MSA S1228: (Certificates, Unpatented, SM)
Index by Reference
Reference: Unpatented Certificate 12
Date: 1744/04/02
Description: Addition, John Warner, {sic Warren} 7 Acres, 3 Rods, 13 Perches
Storage Location: 01/26/01/58
Image(s): Direct Scan(s):
MSA S1228-12, p. 1 From SL 22,099 (File Size: 220 kb)
MSA S1228-12, p. 2 From SL 22,099 (File Size: 161 kb)
MSA S1228-12, p. 3 From SL 22,099 (File Size: 257 kb)
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St. Mary's County Circuit Court
Land Survey, Subdivision, and Condominium Plats

lease for the lives of Thomas Warren s/o John & Bridgett his wife and Anne and Mary his Daughters

Widowhood, 103 Acres
Developer/Owner: Warren, John 1740 Unpatented Certificate 494 0 0 MSA S 1598-3998
Widowhood, John Warren, 103 Acres 1741/02/18 Unpatented Certificate 494 3 0 MSA S 1228-500

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St. Mary's County Circuit Court
Land Survey, Subdivision, and Condominium Plats
Next to land of Matthias Nothingham and Milages Meadow

Warrens Lott, 148 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Warren, Thomas 1746 Patent Record BY and GS 1, p. 134 0 0 MSA S 1598-3843
Warrens Lott, 148 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Warren, Thomas 1746 Patent Record TI 4, p. 220 0 0 MSA S 1598-3844
Warrens Lot, Thomas Warren, 148 Acres 1746/03/10 Patented Certificate 684 3 0 MSA S 1205-705
Warrens Lott Rectified, 116 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Warren, Thomas 1752 Patent Record BC and GS 5, p. 196 0 0 MSA S 1598-3845
Warrens Lott Rectified, 116 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Warren, Thomas 1752 Patent Record BC and GS 6, p. 179 0 0 MSA S 1598-3846
Warrens Lott Rectified, Thomas Warren, 116 Acres 1752/10/04 Patented Certificate 685 3 0 MSA S 1205-706 
Warren, John (I010604)
 
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14 Dec 1664 (Lancaster) VA. Dme. THERRYOT (also spelled THURRIOT) recordedeth for the use of Elizabeth, the dau. of Wm. WROUGHTEN, one cow. Duvall, Virginia Colonial Abstracts, S2, V2.

1673 MD Immigrated: William WROUGHTON of Dorset County, transported: wife Johanna, daughters, Alline, Diana, and Elizabeth; son Thomas and servants James CROSS and William FORMAN into Maryland. Lib 17, folio 547.
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1661-1666 Lancaster County, Virginia Deed & Wills [Antient Press]; Page 315
At a Cort. helde for the County of Lancaster Dec: the 14th 1664
- DNC: THERRYOTT recordeth for the use of ELIZ:, the Daughter of WILL: WROUGHTON, one Cowe wth: her increase, vizt., one three yere olde heyfer & one two yere olde heyfer, the sde. two heyfers being mked (vizt.) cropt on the lefte eare & a circle under a nicke under the cropp & the right eare whole, wth; the increase of the saide Cattle for ever 
Wroughton, Elizabeth (I029056)
 
427
1612.1409 Anne Hebden mar Kirkdeighton Richard Roundall. 
Hebden, Anne (I033968)
 
428
1617.1521 Elizabeth Hebden bap Kirk Deighton dau William Hebden Ingmanthorp.

1620.1422 Elizabeth Hebden bur Kirkdeighton dau William Hebden Ingmanthorp. 
Hebden, Elizabeth (I033974)
 
429
1620.0807 Anne Hebden bap Kirkdeighton dau William Hebden Ingmanthorp.
1638.0423 Anne Hebden mar Kirkdeighton John Mason. 
Hebden, Anne (I033975)
 
430
1622.1331 Elizabeth Hebden bap Kirkdeighton dau Peter Hebden Ingmanthorpe.

1623.1203 William Hebden elder Ingmanthorp bur Kirkdeighton 1110 admin wife Elizabeth son Peter

1625.0526 William Hebden bap Kirkdeighton son Peter Hebden Ingmanthorpe. 
Hebden, Peter (I033978)
 
431
1622.1331 Elizabeth Hebden bap Kirkdeighton dau Peter Hebden Ingmanthorpe. 
Hebden, Elizabeth (I033980)
 
432
1623.0912 Jenet Hebden bur Kirkdeighton wife Jeffrey Hebden.

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http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/WRY/Kirkdeighton/index.html
"INGMANTHORPE, a hamlet in the township and parish of Kirk Deighton; (the seat of Richard Fountayne Wilson Esq.) 3 miles from Wetherby, 7 from Knaresborough, 12½ from York.

http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/WRY/Kirkdeighton/index.html
"KIRK DEIGHTON, a parish-town in the upper-division of Claro; (the seat of the Rev. J. Geldart, L.L.D.) 1½ miles N. of Wetherby, 5½ from Knaresborough, 16½ from York. Pop. 371. The Church is a rectory, dedicated to All Saints, in the deanry of the Ainsty, Virginialue, £15. 11s. 10½d. Patron, Rev. Jas. Geldart, L.L.D." 
Hebden, Janet MNU (I033981)
 
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1625.1130 Elizabeth Hebden bap Kirk Deighton dau William Hebden Ingmanthorpe. 
Hebden, Elizabeth (I033989)
 
434
1665-1669 Order Book Northumberland Co Va
Northumberland County Court 20th of January 1667/68, page 29
- Certificate is granted THOMAS HOBSON for Five hundred acres of Lande for ye transportacon of tenne p:sons into this Colony, (vizt,)
WM: BEALE WM: COLYAR KATE DANBERY
JAMES JACKSON SAR: SWIFT THOS: WHITLEY
EVAN JNO:SON WM CROFT HEN: DAVIS & WM. LEVER
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1662-1666 Record Book Northumberland Co Va; page 115
To all &c., Whereas &c., Now know yee that I the sd. FRAUNCES MORYSON Esqr. &c., grante unto Mr. HENRY WATTS One hundred sixty & six acres of land scituate in the County of Northumberland at the head of ( ) begining at a marked corner tree ( ) this land & the land of Major GEORGE COLCLOUGH ( ) the same South West two hundred and ( ) Branch falling into the SCOTTS CREEKE ( ) poles on the maine Woods; Northeast in ( ) MOTLEY & Northwest to the first ( ) land being due by & for the transporacon of ( ) into this Collony whose names are in the Records under this Pattent; To have & to hold &c., Dated this Twentieth day of July 1661
FRANCIS MORYSON THO: LUDWELL, Secr.
KNOWE ALL MEN by these pr:sents that I HENRY WATTS doe assigne my title unto this Land unto THO: HOBSON his heires &assignes for ever ( ) my selfe to acknowledge the sale of the sd: land therein contained unto the sd: THO: HOBSON next Court held for the County of Northumberland, Witnesse my hand this 16th 9br: 1663
Teste THOMAS WEBB, HENRY WATTS
JAMES JACKSON
10th December 1663. This Assignemt. was acknowledged in Northumberland County Court by the said Mr. WATTS unto the sd. Mr. THOMAS HOBSON & is recorded with ye Pattent
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1674, Sept 2 James Jackson's earmark is crop in both ears and under keel on right and a nick above the ear and upper keel on the left ear and a nick under the ear. [Old Rappah Deeds 1672-6 p. 237]
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://64.233.179.104/search?q=cache:NpK37ma4I4oJ:homepages.rootsweb.com/~ lksstarr/knreports/JacksonRuckerTinsleyTimeline.rtf+%22george+braxton%22,+ %22william+marshall%22&hl=en&gl=us&ct=clnk&cd=6
URL title: Time Line for the Northern Neck Jackson / Tinsley / Rucker Lines
Note:

1672, April 24 Thomas Harper …later tobacco payment 'by George Jackson his heirs have given bargained sold and confirmed unto the aforenamed James Jackson of Rappa Co. planter …100 acres on South side of River, bounding up Edward Freeman's land .. Lower end of Piscaticon Cr .. patent to Thomas Harper and Robert Clements .. unto the said George Jackson and his heirs … wit: John Blake, John Rayney [Old Rappah 1670-72 p. 288. Linda note: this one is weird - could "James" be an error by the clerk and it's all George? Harper wit: to will George Jackson who left, sounds like this 100 acres, to Robert Eaid.]

1673, Nov 18 John Prosser of Rappah Co. to Thomas Pannel .. 250 acres … wit: James Jackson, Xpher Metcalfe. [Old Rappah Deeds 1672-1676 p. 159-60]

1678, Mar 8 Thomas White to James Jackson a bay horse having black mane, tail & legs .. wit: James Harrison, John Powell. Jun 19, 1679 James assigns title of horse to William Lamb wit: William Wine, John Powell. [Old Rappah D&W 1672-1676 p. 336]

1678, Nov 13 James Jackson assign to Jeremy Long .. 120 acres (signed) James Jackson wit: James Harrison, John Rowzie [Old Rapah D&W 1677-1682 p. 230] July 1, 1679 James and Susanna Jackson appt John Powell to ack sale of land on head of Golden Vale Creek in freshes of Rappa … wit: James Harrison, Henry (his mark) Thackery. (signed) James Jackson, Susanna Jackson

1679, Dec 2 John Vickars of Upper Precincts of Rappah Co. … to William Smith … 100 acres, ye lower side of Golden Vale Cr .. part of Devident belonging to John Waight, and by him willed to my wife Elizabeth Vickers, land lying back of parcel sold to James Jackson … wit to power of atty: John Powell, Daniell Mariott [Old Rappah D&W 1677-1682 p. 273-4]

1682, Jan 2 James and Mary Orchard to James Jackson, planter, … 150 acres in Sittingborn Parish, North side Rappa River … to great Swamp .. wit: Moses Hubbert, Joshua Davis, Jo: Taverner [Old Rappah Deeds Bk 7 p. 64-5]

1683, Dec 17 James Jackson to James Harrison ... 75 acres on North side Rappa River .. purchased of James Orchard, the said land lying back of 75 acres sold to William Griffin ... wit: John Vickars, William Mathews. (signed) James Jackson. [Old Rappah Deed Bk 7 p. 78-9] Susannah Jackson app't James Orchard atty to relinq dower Jan 2, 1683[4]. (signed) Susannah (her mark) Jackson wit: William and Jane (her mark) Griffin. Ditto 75 acres to William Griffin ... [page 79-81 Linda note: this doesn't show Susannah signing by mark. Deed to Griffin repeated [p81-82] SusAnne (S her mark) Jackson with Mary (her mark) Orchard and Charles Charleron witnessing power of atty to James Orchard.

1684, May 2 Henry Fleet to James Jackson .. 119 ¼ acres per Mr. William Moseley, Surveyor, in Rappahannock Neck .. up to John Cole' house ... to Gutt .. wit: Bru: Hodgsson, William Tayler. [Old Rappah Deed Book 7 p. 106-7]

1685, Dec 31 James Jackson to Edward Newton .. 59 acres, part of tract of 119 acres purchased of Fleet … bounded by Mr. Henry Fleet now Mr. Mottrum Wright's land, John Colend, Henry Burditt and myself … wit: James Harrison, William Carethers. (signed) James Jackson, Susanna (S her mark) Jackson. [Old Rappah Deeds Book 7 p. 240-41]

1686, May 28 James Jackson assign to John Browne .. 60 acres wit: Angell Jacobus, Richard (R ) Green, John Rice. [Old Rappah Deeds Book 7 , p.241-2] This indenture … James Jackson of Parish of Citenburrough .. planter and Susanna his wife … to John Brown of Farnham Parish, Merchant … 60 acres .. West side Rappah Cr .. 119 acres per Survey between two branches .. adj land John Cole and old plantation which said Fleet dwelleth upon … now Mottrum Right … past Cole House … except 59 acres sold out of the sd 119 to Edward Newton … wit: above (signed) James Jackson, Susanna (S her mark)

1689, Jan 1 William Griffin to James Jackson .. 20 acres on Westward side of Orchards Swamp … part of 75 acre tract afsd Jackson sold my father William Griffin dec'd … wit: James Harrison, Alexander Doniphan [Old Rappah Deed Bk 8 p. 1] James Jackson and Doniphan then wit: deed Griffin to James Harrison [page 2]

1689, Mar 6 James and Mary Orchard to John Burkett … part of patent to Capt. John Ware … by the Clear Br of Clift Creek, corner tree to tract by me sold to James Jackson .. to Mr. Harrison's cornfield fence … [Old Rappah Deed Bk 8 p. 7-8]

1689, Nov 3 James Orchard to James Jackson .. 10 acres more or less North side Rappa River, NE line of Martin's patent … standing in Spring Br of sd Jackson's … to small ridge … to Main Swamp … wit: Charles Sepoo, Francis (his mark) Tayler. [Old Rappah Deed Bk 8 p. 79]

1690, May 2 James Jackson of Sittinburne Parish … to Pithagoras Powell … 71 acres on North side River … corner of Green's .. to Clothworker's .. to Deep Br in line of Mr. Harrison .. wit: James Harrison, John Ball. (signed) James Jackson. [Old Rappah Deed Book 8, p. 138-9] Susanna (her mark) Jackson signed power of atty to Mr. James Harrison to release her dower

1699, Mar 10 Wm Taylor, servant to James Jackson, adjudged 18 yrs of age. [Essex Orders p.144]

1743, Mar 11 On petition James Jackson and report of viewers, it is ordered road be cleared as Jameson has turned it, Thomas Croucher, John Price, Philip Sanders and Ralph Smith's people assist in clearing. [Caroline OB 1742-1744 p. 160]
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OLD RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY WILLS.
ORDER BOOK, 1656-1664.

Griffin, William. 1 Jan., 1683 5 Nov., 1684.
Sons William and John;
wife Janet executrix;
witnesses Jane Harrison, James Jackson
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James Hughes 2006-02-10 13:56:01
Note for: Lucy Stephen

Old Rappahannock County, Virginia 1682-1686
Susannah JACKSON land sold by her husband James JACKSON to James HARRISON. 2 Jan 1683 witness William Griffin and Jane Griffin
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Wills of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia [William Montgomery Sweeny]
WAIGHT, JOHN, 3 March, 1679 ; 3 September, 1679.
To daughter Mary Waight the upper part of my Land on the upper Side the Creek and 100 acres of Land more I give to Elizabeth Vickers wch : lyeth Back of That I formerly Sould to James Jackson and my Sonne Robert Waight the Remainder of the Seate the whole being 700 acres and my Daughter Mary to have Timber of her Brother Waight's Land for her use in building and what moveable Estate I have to be Equally Devided betwixt my Sonne and Daughter John and Mary and my Sonne Robert to be at age at eighteen years and I doe make John Vickers and William Griffin my Overseers to Look after my Estate untill the one is Married and the other at age and the Estate to remaine in the hands of John Vickers.
Wit. GEORGE LODGE, STEPHEN FUELL, aged 26 years or thereabouts.
Page 151
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1677-1678 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed & Will Book 6, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 151-153
This 3d day of March 1679
IN THE NAME OF GOD Amen, I JOHN WAIGHT of the Parish of SITINBURN in the County of Rappae. Plantr: being in perfect memory blessed be God for it doe make this my last Will & Testament & by this Revoaking all other Wills in maner ' & form as followeth:
I bequeath my Soule to God that gave it, & my body to be buried at ye Discretion of my Surviving Friends, & as for my worldly Estate in manor following: the uper part of my land on the uper side the Creek I give to my Daughter, MARY WAIGHT, & an hundred acres of land more I give to ELIZABETH VICKERS wch lyeth back of that I formerly sould to JAMES JACKSON & my Sonne, ROBERT WAIGHT, the Remainder of the Seale the whole being Seven hundred acres & my Daughtr: MARY, is to have Timber of her Brother, ROBERT WAIGHTs, land for her use in building & what moveable Estate I have to be equally devided betwixt my Sonne & Daughter, JOHN and MARY, & my Sonne ROBERT to be at age at Eighteene & I do make JOHN VICKERS & WILLIAM GRIFFIN my Overseers to look after my Estate untill the one is married & the other at age & the Estate to remain in the hands of JOHN VICKERS As Witness my hand & Seale
Testes GEORGE LODGE, JOHN WAIGHT
STEPHEN FEUELL
At a Court held for Rappae. County 7br: ye 4th: 1679
It is ordered that JAMES HARRISON, Mr: HUGH WILLIAMS & Mr: JOHN BOWSIE meete & apprise the Estate of the above Testator as soon as may be & make return thereof to the next Court & that they be Sworn by Mr: ANTHONY SAVAGE for their Just proceedings therein: Vera Copia Test EDMD: CRASKE Cl Cur
STEPHEN FEUELL aged 26 yeares or thereabouts doth depose that he did see the within named Testator Signe Seale and publish the within mentiond: to be his last Will & Testament & that he was in perfect sence & meory at the Signing Sealing & publishing thereof to the best of his knowledge & further saith not
STEPHEN FUELL
Juratus est FUELL Cur Cur Rappae: 3d die 7bris Ano: 1679
Recordatr.
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1677-1678 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed & Will Book 6, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 162
KNOW ALL MEN by these prsents that JOHN WAIGHT of ye County of Rappae: Planter, doe hereby for my selfe my heires sell unto JAMES JACKSON of ye said County, Planter, to him his heires & assignes forever, one hundred & twenty acres of land being & beginning at a white Oake standing at ye Pocoson side opposite ye TOBACCO HOUSE of JOHN WAIGHT & runing for breadth North West to ye MAIN RUNN & running for length up ye MAIN RUNN to a marked Pohikikery agst & opposite to ye cleare ground of ye plantacon whereon JOHN CROW formerly did live, it being commonly called ye NUT GROVE, being upon ye South side of ye Runn, & from thence running up ye branch for breadth to a line red Oak & from thence by a marked line North East. to ye first marked white Oake ye beginning corner tree, it being a hundred & twenty acres wch said pcell of land I ye said WAIGHT doe hereby warrant to ye sd JACKSON his heires from ye clayme of any persons whatsoever wth all rights & priviledges thereunto belonging, by any grant from or: Soveraigne ye King, Allsoe I ye said WAIGHT doe acknowledge to have received full satisfaction for ye same, he ye sd JACKSON paying ye quit rents of ye same; finally & I ye said WAIGHT allow this to be to all intents & purposes as binding & valid as if were exprest in ye prcise tearmes of Law, as Witness my hand & Seale this 25th day of Febry, 1677/8
Signed Sealed & Delivered in
ye prsence of us SYMON MILLER, JOHN WAIGHT
JNO. BOUTON
Recognitr in Cur Com Rappae: 6 die Martii 1677/8
KNOW ALL MEN by these prsents that I JAMES JACKSON of Rappa: County appoint my loveing Freind, HENRY BERRY, my true & lawful' attorney for me & in my stead to receive ye acknowledgemt. of One hundred & twenty acres of land bought of JNO. WAIGHT as Witness my hand and Seale this 23 of Febry, 1677/8
EDWARD JAMES JAMES JACKSON
WILLIAM BANHIG
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1679-1682 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Will & Deed Book 6, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 230
KNOW ALL MEN by these prsents that I the within mentioned JAMES JACKSON doe for me my heires or Administrs, assigne over unto JEREMY LONG or his heires & assignes forever, One hundred & twenty acres of land within specified with all the priviledges thereunto belonging, having allready received full satisfaction for the same, warranting the sale of the aforesaid land to the said JEREMY LONG his heires and assignes forever, In Witness whereof I have sett my hand & Seale this 13th of Nober: 1678 Signed Sealed and Delivd, in
prsence of us JAMES HARRISON, JAMES JACKSON
JOHN BOWZIE
Recognitr in Cur Com Rappae; 2 die Julii 1679
KNOW ALL MEN by these prsents that wee JAMES JACKSON and SUSANNA JACKSON doe hereby appoint our Freind, JOHN POWELL, to be our lawful! attorney to acknowledge the Sale of One hundred and twenty acres of land being on the head of GOLDEN VALE CREEK in the freshes of Rappae: unto JEREMY LONG or Attorney, holding for firme and valid what our said Attorney doth in the prmises, as Witness our hands & Seales this first day of July 1679
Witness: JAMES HARRISON, JAMES JACKSON
HENRY THACKERY SUSANNA JACKSON
Recordatr xxx die Julii 1679
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1682-1686 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 7, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 64-65
THIS INDENTURE made the second of January 1682 and in the five and thirtieth
yeare of the Raigne of oer: Soveraigne Lord King Charles the second &c. Between JAMES ORCHARD of the County of Rappa: Planter, and MARY his Wife of the one part and JAMES JACKSON of the said County alsoe Planter of the other part Witnesseth that the sd JAMES ORCHARD and MARY his Wife for Two thousand and Eight hundred pounds of Tob: in Cask to them paid have sold unto the said JAMES JACKSON his heires all that pcell of land contaying and laid out for One hundred and fifty acres being in the Parish of Sittingbourn and County aforesaid on the North side of the Rappa: River there begining at a Gum at the Topp of a great hill (of wch the Survay of the said ORCHARD makes mention) and runing S. E. to a red Oake, thence W. to a Maple in a great Swamp, thence N. W. cutting the maine Swamp divers times to a Stake by a pockicckory, thence Ea. No. to the first mentioned Gum togeather with all proffitts to the said land belonging with all the right of them the said JAMES ORCHARD and MARY his Wife have as well as all the right of them by force and venue of the Last Will & Testamt. of WALTER WEIRE deceased formerly the Husband of the said MARY, who was formerly owner to the sd land or by venue of an order of Court whereby the said JAMES ORCHARD was impowered to be invested with all the right and interest of GEORG JONES to the same land or by any other means whatsoever To have and to hold the said One hundred and fifty acres of land with all the rights unto the said JAMES JACKSON his heirs Subject nevertheless to the quitrents and services due to his Majties and said JAMES ORCHARD and MARY his Wife hereby will forever warrant and will within the time limitted by Law in that case acknowledge this prsent Deed before his Majties Justices of the peace for this County In Witness whereof the parties have sett their hands and seales
Sealed and delivered in the prsents of us
MOSES HUBBERT JAMES ORCHARD
JOSHUA DAVIS MARY in ORCHARD her marke
JO: TAVERNER
Recognitr in Cur Rappa: 5 die 7bris 1683 et recordatr ni die
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1682-1686 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 7, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 78-79
THIS PRSENTS may testifie that I HENRY FLEET of the County of Rappa: Gent. for Twenty three pounds Eighteen Shill: in hand reced p me HENRY FLEET of JAMES JACKSON of the aforesaid County doe sell unto the said JAMES JACKSON one hundred nineteen and one quarter of an acre of land according to a Survay made p Mr. WM. MOSELEY, Surveyor, being scituate in RAPPAHANNOCK NECK runing W. No, from a small pockickory by a branch side along a line of marked trees of Mr. HENRY FLEETs to a Stake by another Hicckory neere a branch wch passeth up to JOHN COLE his House, thence down the said branch its severall courses to a black Oake upon a pointe p another Gutt, thence up the said Gutt or branch its severall courses to the first mentioned Station for wch said land I HENRY FLEET do acknowledge to have received full satisfaction and relinquish and transfer all oer: right and claims with all pfitts, & pvilidges, unto the said JAMES JACKSON To have and to hold occupy and possess the said land to me the said HENRY FLEET granted by Pattent, the said JAMES JACKSON paying the quitrents for the said One hundred nineteen & 1/4 acres of land sold unto him and doe alsoe obleidge me my heires to save and defend the said JAMES JACKSON against all persons that shall molest him in his quiet enjoyment & possession of the said land In Witess whereof I have sett my hand and seale this second dy of May in the yeare of oer; Lord 1684 and in the thirty sixth yeare of oer: Lord King Charles the second &c Signed sealed and delivered in the prsence of
BRU: HODGSSON, HENRY FLEET
WM: TAYLER ELIZABETH FLEET
I ELIZA: FLEET p these prsents freely and volluntarily relinquish all my right and Interest of thirds of the said land above specified as my Dower unto JAMES JACKSON as Witness my hand and Seale
Recognitr in Cur Com Rappa 7 die May 1684 et Recordatr 16 die
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1683-1685 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Order Book; [Antient Press] Page 86
Rappahannock County ourt 6th of May 1685
- JAMES JACKSON is ordered to officiat as CONSTABLE in the roome of JOHN GARTON this ensueing yeare
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1686-1688 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 7, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 240-242
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I JAMES JACKSON of the County of Rappa: Planter, for Four thousand five hundred pounds of Tobb: and cask to me already paid by EDWARD NEWTON of the sd County, Planter, have sold the abovesd EDWARD NEWTON and his heires forever a parcell of land containing Fifty nine acres being part of a. tract of One hundred and nineteen acres of land bought by me the sd JACKSON of Mr. HENRY FLEET being on the uppers side of RAPPA: CREEK and bounded by the lines of Mr. HENRY FLEET, now Mr. MOTTRUM WRIGHTs land, JOHN COLEND, HENRY BURDITT and myself, To have and to hold the sd Fifty nine acres of land with all priviledges belonging in as ample manner as was granted unto me from Mr. HENRY FLEET the sd NEWTON paying unto our Sovereigne Lord the King the quit rents accustomed, And I do further oblige myself to keep the sd EDWARD NEWTON harmless and indemnified against any persons that shall unjustly molest or disturb him in the quiet. enjoyment of the sd land and I do oblige myself to acknowledge this Instrument of Writing in the County Court of Rappa: after the sd NEWTON hath made his first payment according to Specialty and will cause my Wife to acknowledge her free consent to relinquish and transfer her right of Dower in the land In Witness I have sett my hand and seale this 31st day of December 1685
Signed sealed and delivered in the presents of us
JAMES HARRISON, JAMES JACXSON
WM. CARETHERS SUSANN JACKSON her mark
Acknowledged in Rappa: County Court by JAMES JACKSON and SUSANNA his Wife the
7th day of July 1686 and record the 17th die
The Within Deed Signed sealed and delivered in the presents of
JOHN ALMOND
EDW. THOMAS
I JAMES JACKSON for me my heires doe assigne and make over to JOHN BROWNE his heires or assignes the within Deed of Sale for Sixty acres of land according to a Deed of Sale this day made to him and do warrant the same as witness my hand and seale the
28th day of May 1686
Sealed and delivered in the presence of us
ANGELL JACOBUS, JAMES JACKSON
RICH: GREEN his mark
JOHN RICE
Acknowledged in Rappa County Court by JAMES JACKSON the 7th day of July 1686 and recorded the 17th
THIS INDENTURE made the Twentie Eight day of May 1686 Between JAMES JACKSON of the Parish of Citenburrough and County of Rappa: Planter, and SUSANNA his Wife of the one part and JOHN BROWNE of the Parish of Farnham, Mercht., of the other part Witnesseth that the sd JAMES JACKSON and SUSANNA his Wife in the consideration of the neet quantitie of Eight thousand five hundred pounds of Tobacco in caske and Five gallons of Rum, to the said JAMES JACKSON in hand by the said JOHN BROWNE well and truly paid the sd JAMES JACKSON and SUSANNA his Wife have sold unto the sd JOHN BROWNE his heires all that parcell of land containing Sixty acres or more being in the County aforesd. on the West side of RAPPAHANNOCK CREEK being the Eastermost part and next the sd Creeke of One hundred and nineteen acres as p Survey between two branches of the sd Creeke adjacent to the land of JOHN COLE and the old Plantation which sd FLEET dwelleth upon at a small Hickory by a branch side in a line of marked trees of the sd FLEET (now MOTTRUM RIGHT) tuning along the line West North to a Stake by another Hickory neare the Branch which passeth to the COLE House thence down the Branch its several courses to a black Oake upon a point another Gutt and beareth thence up that sd Branch and Gutt its severall courses to the first men- cloned station with all its rights belonging and all Deeds concerning the same and all the rights of the said JAMES JACKSON (alwaise excepted Fifty nine acres sold out of the sd 119 acres to EDWARD NEWTON his heires &c,) and SUSANNA his Wife or either of them to have and to hold unto JOHN BROWNE his heires from henceforth subject nevertheless to the quit rents and services from henceforth shall grow due to be paid to the Kings Maties and the sd JAMES JACKSON and SUSANNA his Wife the sd Tract of land hereby granted will warrant and defend for ever In Witness whereof the parties have set their hands and seales
Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of
ANGELL. JACOBUS, JAMES JACKSON
RICHD. GREEN SUSANNA JACKSON her marke
JOHN RICE
Signed sealed and delivered by the sd SUSANNA JACKSON in the presence of us
JOHN ALMOND
EDWARD THOMAS
Acknowledged by the above said JAMES JACKSON and SUSANNA his Wife in the County Court of Rappa: the 7th day of July 1686 and recorded the 17th die
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1689-1692 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 8; [Antient Press]; Page 1 - 2
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I WILLIAM GRIFFIN of the County of Rappa., Plantr,. have for and in consideration of the sum of Eight hundred pounds of Tobb. and Caske to me already in hand paid, bargained sold enfeoffed and confirmed and by these presents do bargain sell aline and confirm unto JAMES JACKSON his heires or assigns forever a certain parcel of land containing about Twenty acres more or less lying in the Westward side of ORCHARDS SWAMP bounded by the Run there of being part of a Tract of land contayning Seventy five acres which the aforesaid JACKSON sold unto my Father, WM. GRIFFIN deced, as by a Deed granted may more fully appear; To have and to hold the sd parcell of land with all pertinances and herditaments there unto belonging by him the sd JACKSON his heirs and assigns forever without the lett molestation Interruption Eviction or ejection of me the said GRIFFIN my heirs or Admrs, or any other person or persons whatsoever claiming my right or title thereunto and I the sd GRIFFIN do further oblige my self my heires to warrant the sale of the sd land unto the said JACKSON his heires or assigns or any other person or persons whatsoever claimining in by from or under me my heirs and Admrs.; I doe alsoe oblige myself my heirs & Admrs, to acknowledge this Deed in the County Court of Rappa: within six months after the date of these Presents that it may be enroled according to Law and that I will cause my Wife to do the same. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seale this first day of January 1688/9
Signed Sealed and Delivered in presence of
JAMES HARISON, WM. GRIFFIN
ALEXR. DONIPHAN
Recognitr in Cur Compt Rappa 2nd die Janry Ano 1688 Test WM. COLSTON Cl Cur.
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I WILLIAM GRIFFIN of County of Rappa: Planter, for and in consideration of the sum of four thousand two hundred pounds of Tobb: in Cask to me in hand paid by these presents do sell and confirm unto JAMES HARISSON of County aforesd. Gent. his heirs a certain tract of land containing Seventy and four acres which my Father, WILLIAM GRIFFIN deced. purchased from JAMES JACKSON situate lying and being in County of Rappa: on North side of the River about half a mile back of JAMES ORCHARDs Plantation begining at a Maple in a Great Swamp and runing thence East to a Stake by two small red Oakes neere an old field, thence W. cuting over a main branch to a Stake by a Hickory and a small Walnut, thence W: S: to another Stake upon a Hill side by a Hickory, thence S: East to the first mentioned Maple; To have and to hold occupie and enjoy the aforesd. Tract of land by him said JAMES HARISSON his heirs with all houses, orchards fences and all other appurtenances and hereditaments thereunto belonging or anywise appertaining without the lett interruption eviction of me my heirs or Admrs, or any other person whatsoever only the aforesd. HARISON must lay no claim to a small Peice of land on the Westward side of ORCHARDS SWAMP about 15 or 20 acres more or less which is included within the aforementioned bounds but lately sold by me to JAMES JACKSON whereon he now lives and the Run in the swamp make the Division and I the said GRIFFIN do hereby for myself my heirs warrant the sale of the premises to the said HARISSON his heirs from the claime or title of any person or persons whatsoever and further I do oblige myself my heirs to acknowledge the Deed in the County Court of Rappa: within six months after date of these presents that it may be there recorded according to Law. In Witness whereof I have in confermation of the premises hereunto set my hand and Seale this first day of January 1688/9
Signed Sealed and Delivered in the presence of
DONIPHAN, WILLIAM GRIFFIN
JAMES JACKSON
Recognitr. in Cur: Cort 2nd die January Ano 1688
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1689-1692 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 8; [Antient Press]; Page 138-139
NOW ALL MEN by these presents that I JAMES JACKSON of Parish of Cittinburne in ye County of Rappa, Planter, for a valuable consideracon (vizt) the sum of Fifteen hundred pounds of good Tobacco and caske to me in hand paid by PITHAGORAS POWELL of aforesd Parish and County, Plantr., doe sell unto PITHAGORAS POWELL his heirs a certain tract of land conteyning Seventy and one acres being in Parish and County aforesd and on the North side the River some Nineteen outes back in the woods Begining at a Spanish Oake corner tree of GREENes in line of CLOTHWORKERs and runing along sd CLOTHWORKERs line to a Hickory sapling in a Deep Branch in line of Mr. HARRISON, thence along his line W. to a white Oake corner tree to a Gum upon a hill on a Branch corner tree of Mr. HARRISON, thence over the branch W. to a white Oake corner tree of Mr. GREEN, thence along sd GREENs line S. E. to the first mentioned Spanish Oake To have and to hold the sd Seventy and one acres of land with all the appertinances belonging to him sd PITHAGORAS POWELL his heirs without the lett of me sd JAMES JACKSON my heirs and I do further oblige myself to acknowledge this Deed in the County Court of Rappa within six months and also that I will cause my Wife to do the same either by her self or Lawfull Attorney In Confirmacon I have set my hand and seaie this second day of May 1690
Signed sealed and delivered in presents of us
JAMES HARRISON, JAMES JACKSON
JOHN BALL
Recognitr in Cur Comt Rappa 7 die Maii 1690
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I SUSANNA JACKSON, Wife of JAMES JACKSON, do appoint my loving Friend, Mr. JAMES HARRISON, to be my lawful Attorney for me to acknowledge at the Court of Rappa County my part of a parcell of land sold by my Husband, JAMES JACKSON, to PITHAGORAS POWELL as by Deed may appear As Witness my hand and seale this 6th day of May One thousand six hundred and ninety
Signed Sealed and Delivered in presents of us
SUSANNA JACKSON

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http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=24&last=&g_p=G5&col lection=NN Grant
Title Brown, William.
Publication 27 May 1714.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Note Location: Richmond County.
Description: 77 acres said land being formerly sold by James Jackson to James Harrison, and by said Harrison sold to Territ, and by Territ sold to said Brown.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 5, 1713-1719, p. 24 (Reel 289).
Recorded survey available. Northern Neck Grants No.5 1713-1719. (reverse). 
Jackson, James (I116113)
 
435
1686-1885 Prince Georges Co MD Index of Church Registers Vol 2-Brown
ODEN, Mrs. Catherine, wife of Benjamin, buried November 24, 1826 between 30 & 40 years (page 108) 
Kinder, Catherine (I110116)
 
436
1700
Nov 18, will of Hannah Colclough widow of John Colclough Sr., mother of Charles and Anne Colclough, sister of Richard and Benjamin Chapman
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STAFFORD COUNTY VA DEED & WILL BOOK 1699 - 1709; THE ANTIENT PRESS
p. 56 Will of HANNAH COLCLOUGH. I Hannah COLCLOUGH of Stafford County being sick and weak .. give and bequeath unto my son CHARLES COLCLOUGH (bed, cattle and utensils) .. one gold ring, two servants ., unto ANN COLCLOUGH (bed, cattle, wearing cloaths) .. into my Brother RICHARD CHAPMAN one young heifer, one suit of my husbands wearing c]oaths .. unto my two Cousins RICHARD & THOMAS WALKER one heifer apiece .. unto my two Sisters one suit of my wearing cloaths apiece .. unto my Brother BENJAMIN CHAPMAN all the rest of my Estate .. appoint my Brother Benjamin Chapman my sole Executor .. this 18th day November 1700.
Presence Wm. Buckner, Ann Johnson Hannah COLCLOUGH Proved in open Court the 12th day of March 1700 .. and then recorded. (Refer page 19 for Exhibit of will as it appears in Court Records)

 
Chapman, Hannah (I025190)
 
437
1700
Nov 18, will of Hannah Colclough widow of John Colclough Sr., mother of Charles and Anne Colclough, sister of Richard and Benjamin Chapman 
Chapman, Arthur (I032514)
 
438
1716 July 2 William & Alexander Colclough, twin sons of Benjamin & Rachel born. Baptised St Pauls. William goes on to married Mary Rogers. In Nov same year an Alexander died aged 5 months NB there appears to be a 2nd Alexander who died young and left ship's carpentry tools.

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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://members.fortunecity.com/chtii/colclough/app4.htm#
URL title: AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY
Note:
Stafford Co. Court, Nov 13, 1739, the nun-cupative will of Alexander Colclough was proved by the depositions of Rachel Colclough and John Jones. William Colclough was appointed administrator. Rachel Colclough, gave her age as about 61(calculated year of birth 1678), deposed that Alexander Colclough in his last sickness declared he gave all his estate to his brother, William Colclough. Inventory of his personal estate date Mar 8, 1739 and returned April 8, 1750 included a parcel of "Ships Carpenters and old Tools"(Stafford Wills)
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STAFFORD COUNTY VA WILL BOOK M; 1729-1748; THE ANTIENT PRESS p. 277 The Deposition of RACHEL COCLOUCH aged about 61 years being Sworn deposeth that ALEXANDER COCLOUGH in his last Sickness declared that he gave all his Estate to his brother WILLIAM COCLOUCH and that he was then in perfect Sence and memory and further Saith not. Rachl. Colclough
The deposition of JOHN JONES aged about 27 years being Sworn deposeth that Alexander Coclough in his last sickness declar'd that he gave all his Estate to his brother William Coclough and that he was then in his perfect Sence and memory and further saich not. John Jones
At Court held for Stafford County November the 13th 1739 The Nuncupative will of Alexander Colclough being proved by the witnesses admitted to record and administration of the said decedent's Estate with the will annext is granted WILLIAM COLCLOUCH.
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Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys Vol IV, Loudoun Co. Va {Peggy Joyner}
ELIJAH MAJOR, assignee (in 1771) of Alexander Colclough of Cameron Parish for whom resurvd; 8 Dec. 1770 - 16 May 1771; 220 a. being one moiety of larger tract to Rachel Coleclough 9 June 1741 for 447 a. which Rachel devised by her will dated 19 Dec. 1748 (in Stafford) to her two sons Robert & William as Tenants in common & Robt was condemned & executed for a Felony (Records of the Genl Court) & his moiety escheats; adj. Colo Carter, John Ralls (now Henry Ringo (Rings?) main road from Snickers Gap to Colchester. CC-George Durin & Philip Ringo. Surv. John Hough.
To John Cross who enterd Caveat on behalf of widow of Robt Colclough for Cross to appear & shew cause why deed should not issue to Alexr Colclough. 
Colclough, Alexander (I032505)
 
439
1721-1724 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 17; [Antient Press]; Page 325-329
THIS INDENTURE made the twenty third/twenty fourth day of December 1723
Between REUBEN WELCH Gent. & MARY his Wife of Parish of Southfarnham in ye County of Essex of one part and LEONARD HILL of the Parish of Southfarnham in ye County of Essex Gent Witnesseth that said Reuben Welch and Mary his Wife for sum of two hundred pounds of Lawfull money of Virginia to them paid hath granted unto said Leonard Hill (in his actual possession now being of the plantation herein mentioned by virtue of the Statute for transferring uses into possession) and to his heirs forever All that one hundred & fifty acres plantation tract of land in Parish of Southfarnham & County of Essex & bounded Beginning at two marked red oaks standing on the Eastward side of a Marsh & near the head of a small gut issueing out of Piscataway Creek & running thence by a line of marked trees to RICHARD CAWTHORNs corner tree at the head of the midle swamp thence along the said Cawthorns line to a marked hickory near his house thence along another line of the said Cawthorns line to a corner white oak of his standing at the head of a branch issueing out of sd Beaver Dam Swamp being the bounds on that side of a prcell of land bought by FRANCIS MERIWETHER Gent. of RICHD. BUSH thence up the sd branch along ye said land of ye said Meriwether to a marked gum by a marked red oak along another line of land sold to said Meriwether North and so upon a direct course to ye North West line of five hundred and fifty acres of land formerly granted to JOHN BEBY (in case the said branch empties it self before it comes to the said North West line) thence along the North West line of the said Pattent to the main Creek thence according to the sd Pattent down by the said Creek North East thro the Marsh to the Beginning it being part of five hundred and fifty acres of land included in a Pattent granted to John Beby ye 4th of October 1653 & sold by Richard Bush to MARY MEREWETHER (now MARY WELCH) as by his deed dated ye 9th day of February 1716 may more fully appear .
In presence of ALLIN HOWARD, Reub: Welch
THOMAST BLANTON, MARY GORST Mary Welch
At a Court held for Essex County ye 19th day of May 1724
Reuben Welch Gent. & Mary his Wife (the said Mary being first privily examined by Capt ROBT BROOKE) acknowledged this Lease & Release which is admitted to record
I the said Reuben Welch do hereby acknowledge that I have receiv'd from Leonard Hill the sum of two hundred pounds being the consideration money menconed to be pd to me by ye deed wthn
Witness Allin Howard, Reubn Welch
Thoma Blanton, Mary Gorst
Acknowledged in Essex County Court ye 14th day of May 1724 & is admitted to record
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1721-1724 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 17; [Antient Press]; Page 330-334
THIS INDENTURE made the 27th/twenty eighth day of December 1723 Between REUBEN WELCH Gent & MARY his Wife of Parish of Southfarnham in County of Essex of one part & LEONARD HILL of Southfarnham Parish in County of Essex Witnesseth that sd Reuben Welch & Mary his Wife for sum of Eighty pounds of Lawful' money of Virginia hath granted unto said Leonard Hill (in his actual possession) and to his heirs and assign forever all that plantation tract of land in Parish of Southfarnham & County of Essex containing two hundred and fifty acres beginning at a corner white oak standing in Clay Patch Branch thence along and over the said Branch according to the course of JOHN HARPERs Pattent North North East to a red oak on the side of a hill thence over ye said branch to a corner beach wch parts this land & the land of JAMES BOUGHAN standing on a small point thence along a line of marked trees wch parts this land and the land of the said Boughan and is according to the course of ye Pattent South East to a corner white oak standing in the said line on a point near a branch (which oak is the corner tree of one hundred acres of land granted to the said Harper by Escheat from THOMAS TROTH) thence down the said Branch to Piscataway main pocoson & so over the pocoson to a corner tree standing on the old ROAD point thence along ye parallel line of the said one hundred acres of land towards the marked corner black walnut until it meets the Corner in the sd line of a parcel of land sold by sd John Harper to FRANCIS MEREWETHER Gent Deced thence bounding on the land sold to said Merewether its several courses until it comes to the West North West line of the land the said Harper lives on thence along the line to the head of a branch along a line of marked trees (which parts this land and the land of said JONES) to the first beginning white oak standing in Clay Patch Branch it being the land sold by the said John Harper to MARY MEREWETHER (now MARY WELCH) by Deed dated the seventh day of March 1718 ... .
In presence of ALLIN HOWARD, Reubn. Welch
THOMAS BLANTON, MARY GORST Mary Welch
At a Court held for Essex County ye 19th day of May 1724
Reuben Welch Gent. & Mary his Wife (the said Mary being first privily examined by Capt. ROBT. BROOKES) acknowledged this their lease & release which is admitted to record
I the within named Reuben Welch do hereby acknowledge to have reced on this day from Leonard Hill the consideration money mentioned to be paid to me
Witness Allin Howard, Thomas Blanton. Reubn Welch
Mary Gorst
Acknowledged by Reuben Welch in Essex County Court ye 19th May 1724 & admitted to record,
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1721-1724 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 17; [Antient Press]; Page 335-339
THIS INDENTURE made the twenty Sixth/Twenty Seventh day of December in year 1723 Between LEONARD HILL Gent. of Parish of Southfarnham in County of Essex of one part and REUBEN WELCH of the Parish of Southfarnham County of Essex Gent Witnesseth that Leonard Hill for sum of Two hundred pounds of Law- full money of Virginia doth hereby grant unto sd Reuben Welch (in his actual possession by virute of Statute for Transferring uses into possession) and to his heirs & assigns one hundred & fifty acres in Parish of Southfarnham & County of Essex and bounded Beginning at two marked red oaks standing near the head of a small gut issuing out of Piscataway Creek running thence by line of marked trees to RICHARD CAWTHORN corner Tree at the head of the Mirtle Swamp thence along the said Caw- thorns line to a marked hickory near his house, thence along another line to a marked white oak of his standing at the head of a branch issueing out of the Beverdam Swamp thence down the sd branch along Cawthorns land to the mouth of another branch being bounds of land bought by FRANCIS MEREWETHER Gent of RICHARD BUSH thence along the land of said Merewether to a marked gum thence along another line of said Merewether to the mouth thereof and so upon a direct course to the N.W line of five hundred and fifty acres of land formerly granted to JOHN BEBY thence thro a Marsh to the beginning being part of five hundred and fifty acres included in a Pattent granted John Beby the 4 of October 1653 and sold by Richard Bush to MARY MEREWETHER (now MARY WELCH) as by his Deed dated 9th February 1716 and from the said Reuben Welch & Mary his Wife convey'd unto said Leonard Hill party to these presents by their Deed
dated ye 24th day December 1723
In presence of ALLIN HOWARD, Leo Hill
THOMAS ;BLANTON, MARY GORST
At a Court held for Essex County ye 19th May 1724
This Lease & Release admitted to record
I the within Leonard Hill do acknowledge to have had & reced from Reuben Welch the consideration money menconed to be paid.
Witness Allin Howard, Leo. Hill
Thomas Banton, Mary Gorst
Acknowledged in Essex County Court ye 19th day of May 1724 & is admitted to record
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1721-1724 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 17; [Antient Press]; Page 339-344
THIS INDENTURE made the thirtyeth /31st day of Decembr. 1723 Between LEONARD HILL of Parish of Southfarnham County of Essex of one part and REUBEN WELCH of aforsd Parish & County Witnesseth that for Eighty pounds of lawful money of Virginia Leonard Hill Both grant unto said Reuben Welch (in his actual possession by virtue of Statute for Transferring uses into possession) containing two hundred and fifty acres of land in Parish of Southfarnham County of Essex bounded Beginning at a corner white oak standing in Clay Patch Branch over the said Branch according to the courses of JOHN HARPERS Pattent North to a corner beach (which parts this land & ye land of JAMES BOUGHAN) East to a corner white oak (which white oak is the corner tree of one hundred acres of land granted to said Harper by Escheat from THOMAS TROTH) thence down the said Branch to Piscataway main pocoson to a corner tree standing on the OLD ROAD point until it meets wth the Corner in the said line of land sold by John Harper to FRANCIS MEREWETHER Gent, deced thence bounding on the land until it comes to the line of the land the said Harper lived on thence along the line of marked trees (which parts this land & the land of said JAMES JONES) to the first beginning in Clay Patch Branch it being the land sold by John Harper to MARY MEREWETHER (now MARY WELCH) by Deed dated ye 7th day of March 1718 and from Reuben Welch & Mary his Wife sold to Leonard Hill 25th December 1723.
In presence of ALLIN HOWARD, Leo. Hill
THOMAS BLANTON, MARY GORST
At a Court held for Essex County the 19th day of May 1724
This Lease & Release admitted to record
I the within Leonard Hill do acknowledge the consideration money menconed from Reuben Welch
Thomas Blanton. Mary Gorst
Acknowledged in Essex County Court the 19th May 1724 & admitted to record

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1721-1724 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 17; [Antient Press]; Page 345-347
THIS INDENTURE made the eighth day January 1723 Between REUBEN WELCH Gent of Parish of South Farnham in County of Essex of one part & LEONARD HILL of same Witnesseth that said Reuben Welch for sum One hundred pounds of Lawfull money of Virginia hath granted unto Leonard Hill in Trust one hundred and Fifty acres of land being part of Five hundred and fifty acres in a patent granted to JOHN BEBY the 4th October 1653 & sold by RICHD BUSH to MARY MEREWETHER (now MARY WELCH) by deed 9th February 1716 and is bounded as said Deed may appear to Hold to the use of the said Reuben Welch and Mary his now Wife for and during the term of their natural lives and life of the longest liver of them and from and after the death of the sd Reuben & Mary to the use of the heirs of the said Reuben begotten or to be begotten on the body of the said Mary and for lack of such heirs then to the use of THOMAS MEREWETHER Son of FRANCIS MEREWETHER Gent deced and MARY his Wife (now Mary Welch
In presence of ALLIN HOWARD, Reubn. Welch
THOMAS BLANTON. MARY GORST
At a Court held for Essex County ye 19th day of May 1724
This Indenture is admitted to record
MEMORANDUM that on this day the eighth day January 1723 full possession was delivered by Reuben Welch Gent to Leonard Hill in presence of Allin Howard, Thomas Blanton, Mary Gorst

 
Hill, Leonard {addl records} (I129950)
 
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1738: 2:234 DEED OF SALE 25 January 1738 William Remey of Hanover Parish, planter, to Henry Drake of same. 3000-pounds tobacco and 12 pounds 10 shillings current money for two tracts of land. One 50A tract bounded by William Carter's orchard, John Dodd's spring branch, and Joseph Carpenter. One 100A tract being that land that William Sarjant left to his Godson William Witteredge and bounded by the line of William Carter's near Mattox Park, Brown's, Roe's, John Chin's and Thomas Randolfs. Signed William Remey. Delivered in presence of John Beddo, William Clator, Clapham Drake. Barbary Remey, wife of William Remey, relinquished her Right of Dower. Recorded 2 February 1738 T. Turner. 
Beddoe, John (I071322)
 
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1776 census of Sugar Land Hundred:
Allison, Hendery, age 56; Silvester, age 22; Hendery, age 18 Ellenner, age 91
Elisabeth, age 48, Ellenner, age 24; Maryan, age 14 8 Negroes 
Allison, Elizabeth MNU (I069669)
 
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1810 CC Census Ann Tompkins over 45yrs
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Charles County Land Records 1790-1792; Liber K#4; Page 285. Bill of sale. CC. I, Thomas A Dyson of CC, for 47 £10 shillings, have sold to John Penn of CC, one Negro boy named Abraham. Signed Jun 15, 1791 - Thomas A. Dyson. Wit - Burford Cottrell, Nichs Peers. Recorded Jun 25, 1791.
Charles County Land Records 1792-1796; Liber N#4; Page 507. Nov 5, 1795 from John Thompkins of CC, to John Pen (Penn) of CC, for 110 £ part of a tract of land called Tompkins Purchase, bounded by Cob Path, Saint Raphaels Cr, containing about 55 acres. Signed - John Tompkins. Wit - Benjamin Lancaster*, William Bruce*. Ann Tompkins, wife of the sd John Tompkins, relinquished her right of dower. Recorded Dec 12, 1795. 
Tompkins, Anne MNU (I066617)
 
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1850 - Prince Georges, Queen Anne MD
Mary Hall - 74 - $28,000 b. Md
Alphius Beall - 40
Mrs. Beall - 35
A. " - 9 - fe
M. " - 7 -fe
1 servant
owns 55 slaves

1860 - Prince Georges, Dist. 7, MD
Mary Hall - 86 - $45,500 + $64,000 b. MD
Eliza Smith - 36
Francis " - 19 - male
Tracy " - 17
Nathan " - 15
Elvira "- 10
Mary " - 8
1 housekeeper
owns 73 slaves 
Hill, Mary (I055850)
 
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1850 US Census: MARYLAND, Charles Co. Hill Top
GRAY, Robert: 57, m, Farmer, MD
Eleanor A: 44, f, MD
Benedicta E: 28, f, MD
Wm. H: 10, m, MD
Mary F: 7, f, MD
WARD, Mary A. C: 34, f, MD

1860 US Census: MARYLAND, Charles Co. Hill Top
GRAY, William H: 20, m, Farmer, MD
WARD, Caroline: 49, f, MD

1870 US Census: MARYLAND, Charles Co. Hill Top PO
GRAY, W. H: 28, m, w, Farmer, MD
C: 24, f, w, Keeping House, MD
E: 2, f, w, MD
WARD, Caroline: 58, f, w, MD

1880 US Census: MARYLAND, Charles Co. Nanjemoy
GRAY, W. H: w, m, 40, self, M, MD, f-MD, m-MD
Catherine B: w, f, 35, wife, M, House Keeping, MD, f-MD, m-MD
Elener C: w, f, 13, daughter, S, Going to School, MD, f-MD, m-MD
COOKSEY, Catherine M: w, f, 61, mother in law, Wid, At Home, Pulmonary, MD, f-MD, m-MD
Sallie F: 1, f, 28, sister in law, S, School Teacher, MD, f-MD, m-MD
Jessie R: w, f, 22, sister in law, S, School Teacher, MD, f-MD, m-MD
WARD, Caroline: w, f, 69, aunt, S, At Home, MD, f-MD, m-MD 
Gray, William Henry (I075324)
 
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188 MARYLAND RECORDS--FREDERICK COUNTY - Lower Potomack Hundred
Gittings, Jeremiah 30
Colmore 14
Erasmus I
Jeane ................. 34
Virlinda. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 15
Cavia 12
Liley....... 9
Cassandra 7
Jeane................... 5 
Gittings, Jeremiah (I093210)
 
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2 Jun 1732; From Samuel Amery of Charles County, planter, to Thomas Dyson, Sr., planter; part of Nevil's Desire; containing 25 acres; contiguous to Swann Hill, containing 100 acres. [CCLR M#2.286].
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Janice M. Parker [jimjan@cfl.rr dot com]
Re: [MDCHARLE-L] Thomas Dysons' wives (Sr. & Jr.)
Swann Hill and Dyson's Chance were located on what is now DuBois Road in Charles County. Swann Hill was orginally part of Eagleton Plantation granted to Edward Swann in 1664. Dyson's Chance may have been part of Eagleton Plantation also. Eagleton Plantation was 1200 acres. Swanns lived on part of this orginal plantation until the 1960's and Dyson's still live on property nearby.
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Bill Howard [wehoward@cox dot net]
Re: [MDCHARLE-L] Bill's Dyson descent list

Generation 3: Thomas may or may not be the name of John's son, but it's impossible for him to have been born as early as 1650 if his father was born 1682. I think 1700-1715 may be the right range. We
know "Thomas"'s widow (he apparently predeceased his father per John's will) was Margaret (she was named as his daughter-in-law and a widow but her husband "Thomas" was not) and his children were Thomas (m.Esther Dent 17 Feb 1760), John (m. Lydia Dent), and Margaret (m. John Dent). All three of these spouses were children of Hatch Dent (1717-1781). Whereas John (2)'s other child was named Elizabeth, her first husband was Matthew Cartwright (d. bef. 3/28/1751) and her second (m. bef. 7 Nov 1751) was John Horrell. I think "Beale or Neale" may be a misreading of what seems to be "Orrall" in John(2)'s will.
Linda Reno has the proof of this. 
Dyson, Thomas (I003525)
 
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306 NASSAU-SIEGEN IMMIGRANTS Holzklaw-Holtzclaw Family

More accurate information has come in regarding Joseph and Elizabeth Holtzclaw's children, since the publication of the Holtzclaw book in 1936. The chief error in the book is the omission of the eldest son, John Holtzclaw, b. 1766/7, who was living in Madison County, Virginia. as late as 1796, married and moved to Pennsylvania for a short while, where his eldest son, John, was born Mar. 29, 1798, his first wife (name unknown) died, and in the same year he Moved to Rockingham County, Virginia., where he married Elizabeth Berry Dec. 11, 1798, and after a few years moved to Pulaski County, Kentucky., where he died in 1819.

The records of Hebron Lutheran Church in Madison County, Virginia., as well as the tithables of Culpeper and Madison Cos., prove that John Holtzclaw was a son of Joseph. Although Joseph Holtzclaw himself seems never to have become a Lutheran, the Zimmermanns belonged to this faith, and Joseph Holtzclaw's children were confirmed as follows: John Holtzclaw, aged 16 in 1783 or 1784, thus placing his birth as about 1766-8, (the exact date of the confirmation is doubtful, but it was either 1783 or 1784); Susannah Holtzclaw, 15 the same year, making her birth ca. 1768/9; Jacob Holtzclaw in 1789 (he was born 1772, according to the 1850 Census); Henry and Elizabeth Holtzclaw in 1794 (Henry was born May 10, 1775, from family Bible record, and Elizabeth was born May 27, 1778, from Hebron Church christening record); Joseph Holtzclaw in 1800 (he was born Nov. 19, 1782, Hebron Church christening record) ; Eva Holtzclaw in 1805 (she was probably born ca. 1785-8). The tithables also show that John Holtzclaw was a son of Joseph. The tithables of Culpeper County, from which Madison was formed in 1793, show Joseph Holtzclaw "and son" for the first time, as 2 tithables, in 1791 (this son was either John or Jacob). Madison Co. in 1793 shows Joseph Holtzclaw with a single tithable, and John and Jacob both as independent tithables; 1795 shows "Joseph Holtzclaw and son 2 tithables" (this was the son Henry, b.
1775); 1796 shows Joseph with only 1 tithable, and John and Henry as independent tithables; 1797 shows only Joseph and Jacob, each with 1 tithable; 1798 and 1799 shows Joseph and son 2 tithables again (this son was Joseph, Jr. b. 1782). The above records certainly prove that Joseph Holtzclaw had a son John. That this was the same man who went to Pennsylvania for a year or two, then to Rockingham County, Virginia., and finally moved to Pulaski County, Kentucky., is practically certain, for there is no other Holtzclaw family except Joseph's in which this John Holtzclaw can be placed. The Holtzclaw book erroneously identified this John Holtzclaw of Rockingham County, Virginia. and Pulaski County, Kentucky. (No. 111 in the book), with John Holtzclaw, son of James Holtzclaw of Nelson County, Kentucky., who m. Betsy Osborne in 1797 (see subsection on the descendants of Henry Holtzclaw, son of Jacob). But both family tradition (which definitely places John Holtzclaw of Pulaski Co. first in Pennsylvania, then in Rockingham County, Virginia., and finally in Pulaski County, Kentucky.) and the records themselves make this identification impossible. The Census of 1850 for Hendricks County, Ind. definitely shows that John Holtzclaw, the eldest son of John of Pulaski, was born in 1798 in Pennsylvania; and descendants of this family, who seemed fairly well acquainted with the family history, told me years ago that John (b. 1798) lived his youth in Rockingham County, Virginia., and later in Pulaski County, Kentucky. They particularly mentioned Holtzclaw's Knob, a great mass of granite on the Holtzclaw land in Pulaski Co.; of which I once had a photograph. Dr. John S. Eilar, Medical Arts Square, Suite No. 7, Albuquerque, N. Mex., wrote me in 1959 that his ancestress, Margaret Holtzclaw, wife of John W. Newby, was born in 1801 in Rockingham County, Virginia., and that when she was about 8 years old, she and her parents moved to Kentucky; he also stated that Margaret's father, erroneously remembered as named Jacob, was a native of Pennsylvania, also an error, but this shows the Pennsylvania tradition. Margaret Holtzclaw Newby was definitely a daughter of John Holtzclaw of Pulaski County, Kentucky., as proved by the records.

John Holtzclaw, eldest son, b. ca. 1766/7, m. his first wife, name unknown, ca. 1796 and moved to Pennsylvania, where his eldest son, John, was b. 1798; in the same year he moved to Rockingham County, Virginia., where he m. (2) Elizabeth Berry Dec. 11, 1798, with Abraham Berry, her guardian, giving his consent; moved about 1810 to Pulaski County, Kentucky., where he died in 1819. His widow, Elizabeth Holtzclaw, was living in 1826, but perhaps died before 1834, when John Holtzclaw's sons, John and Jacob, moved to Hendricks County, Ind. John Holtzclaw's will, dated Dec. 12, 1819 and probated in Pulaski County, Kentucky. Dec. 27, 1819 (W. B. 2, p. 52), mentions his son, John, wife, Elizabeth, son Jacob, and daughters Peggy, Elizabeth, Polly, Sally and Nancy.

The following is known of John Holtzclaw's children.

I. John Holtzclaw, the son of the first marriage, was born Mar. 29, 1798 in Pennsylvania, and d. July, 1866 in Hendricks County, Ind. His first wife, whom he married about 1820, was probably a daughter of Lewis and Frances Morgan of Pulaski County, Kentucky., as John Holtzclaw had children named Lewis and Frances by his first marriage, a n d Lewis Morgan and Frances his wife deeded him land Sept. 3, 1828 in Pulaski Co. His first wife died about 1828/9, and he m. (2) Anna Newell (b. Mar. 24,1805 in N. C.). On Oct. 17, 1834 John Holtzclaw and Anna his wife, and Lewis Morgan and Frances his wife, deeded to Rhoda Harris the land in Pulaski County, Kentucky. which the Morgans had deeded to Holtzclaw in 1828. In 1834 John Holtzclaw moved to Hendricks County, Ind., where he died. John Holtzclaw is shown as No. 353 in the Holtzclaw genealogy, and erroneously as a descendant of James Holtzclaw of Nelson County, Kentucky., son of Henry Holtzclaw and grandson of the immigrant. With this exception, his family and descendants are shown correctly in the Holtzclaw bbok. His children, taken from his family Bible, were, by the first marriage:

(1) Lewis, b. Mar. 19, 1822,
m. ca. 1844/5 Julia Anne [b. 1823), and in 1850 had 2 children, Sarah Jane, b. 1846, and Mary E., b. 1848, in Hendricks County, Ind. , :

(2) James Holtzclaw, b. ca. 1824;
(3) Frances Jane,b. Aug. 2, 1826;
(4) John, b. Nov. 23, 1828.

By his second marriage, John Holtzclaw had:

(5) Marshall, b. Oct. 25, 1832, m. Sarah West and had daughters, Ora and Effie;
(6) Surelda, b. Mar. 7,1834;
(7) Mary Ann, b. Jan. 30, 1836, moved to Texas;
(8) Marion, twin of Mary Ann, d. aged 3;
(9) Jacob Newell, b. Nov. 14, 1839, d. s. p. July, 1866;
(10) Green Lee, b. July 3, 1841, m. Amelia Anne Riddle, family and descendants shown in the Holtzclaw book;
(11) Daniel Franklin, b. Nov. 4. 1843, d. 1904 at Danville, Ind., m. Mary Jane West and had William,
Lloyd, Charles, Edward, and Newton Holtzclaw.

II. Jacob Holtzclaw, son of John Holtzclaw and Elizabeth Berry, was born in Rockingham County, Virginia. about 1799 (age given in 1840 Census as 40-50), and d. 1840-50 in Hendricks County, Ind. The 1850 Census in Hendricks Co. shows his widow and children as Elizabeth Holtzclaw (b, 1810 in Ky.), Margaret (b. 1833), Nancy (b. 1&36), Susannah (b. 1838), Rebecca (b. 1840) and William H. Holtzclaw (b. 1842).

III. Margaret (Peggy) Holtzclaw, daughter of John and Elizabeth Berry Holtzclaw, was born Aug. 24, 1801 in Rockingham County, Virginia., and d. Oct. 2, 1890 in Hamilton County, Ind. She m. in Pulaski County, Kentucky. Jan. 10, 1822 John W. Newby, with the consent of Elizabeth Holtzclaw, "natural guardian of the bride," and with Jacob Holtzclaw as a witness and John Newby, Sr. as surety. The Newbys were ancestors of Dr. John S. Eilar, Medical Arts Square, Suite No. 7, Albuquerque, N. Mex.

IV. Elizabeth Holtzclaw, daughter of John and Elizabeth Berry Holtzclaw (b. 1803-Census) m. Jan. 22, 1823 in Pulaski County, Kentucky. John Aker, Jr. (b. 1800 in Va.), son of John Aker, Sr. (b. 1771 in Pa.) and his wife Catherine (b. 1777 in Va.). Again, Elizabeth Holtzclaw, "natural guardian of the Bride," gave her consent, with John Newby as witness and Jacob Holtzclaw as surety. The Akers were ancestors of Dr. Edward M. Thompson, 140 Sioux Trail, Indian Hills, Frankfort, Kentucky. John Aker, Jr. and Elizabeth Holtzclaw had the following children: (1) John Aker, b. Aug. 24, 1825; (2) Jacob Aker, b. July 7, 1827; (3) Franklin Aker b. Dec. 17, 1829 (these 3 sons are said, to have all married Osborne sisters, gone to Missouri, but later moved to Reelsville, Ind.) ; (4) Elijah Aker, b. 1832 (1850 Census of Pulaski County, Kentucky); (5) Amanda Aker, b. 1834/5 (Census), m. Squire Thompson June 2, 1862 in Pulaski County, Kentucky. and had: Ashah, b. 1864, George B., b. Mar. 23, 1865, d. Jan. 1, 1948, m. Nov., 1902 Mary Melvina Isaacs (Dr. Thompson's parents), Emma b. 1868, and Census Thompson, b. 1870; (6) William Aker, b. Aug. 26, 1842, d. Dec. 11, 1928, m Elizabeth P. Bishop; (7) Margaret A. Aker, b. 1845; (8) Joseph Aker b. Nov. 18,1848.

V. Mary (Polly Holtzclaw, daughter of John and Elizabeth Berry Holtzclaw, m. in Pulaski County, Kentucky. April 17, 1826 John Collins, with the consent of her mother, Elizabeth Holtzclaw.
VI. and VII. Sally and Nancy, daughters of John and, Elizabeth~ Berry Holtzclaw, no further information. 
Holtzclaw, John (I005756)
 
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7/4/1758: Admin. accts. of Luke Gardiner, SMC.
Sureties: James Smith, Thomas Mooney.
Payments to: Francis Parnham, Philip Key, Esq.
Distribution to: Widow, 1/3. Residue to (orphans, in equal amounts): John Gardiner (of age); Mary Gardiner (of age); Susanna Gardiner (of age); Joseph Gardiner (of age); Jane Gardiner (of age); Luke Gardiner (age 14); Elizabeth Gardiner (age 13); Richard Gardiner (age 11).
Admx.: Mary Gardiner. (Admin. accts. of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, Libers, 37-45, 1754-1760 by V. L. Skinner, Jr.). LR NOTE: This record is not on CD #206.
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Charles County MD Will Book 1777-1780; Page 207.
On Aug 12, 1778, letters of administration, with will annexed, were granted to Richard Mudd and Jane, his wife, on the estate of Mary Garner, late of CC, decd, the decd appointing no executor & sd Jane being her daughter. Securities = Henry Mudd and Clement Garner of CC. Bond = 2000 £Appraisers: John Thomas Jr & William Barker. On Mar 9, 1779, the inventory was received, appraised at 21 £14 shillings 9 pence.
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Charles County MD Will Book 1777-1780; Page 307. Mary Garner's Inventory. mar 9, 1779,
Includes: 1 old feather bed, bedstead, and old furniture. Total: 21 £14 shillings 9 pence. Signed Jan 28, 1779 - John Thomas Jr, William Barker.
Kindred: Thos Jas Boarman, Monica (x her mark) Gardiner. Proved on Mar 9, 1779 by Richard Mudd and Jane, his wife, administrators, with Will annexed, of Mary Garner, late of CC, deceased. 
Gardiner, Jane (I033216)
 
449
7/4/1758: Admin. accts. of Luke Gardiner, SMC.
Sureties: James Smith, Thomas Mooney.
Payments to: Francis Parnham, Philip Key, Esq.
Distribution to: Widow, 1/3. Residue to (orphans, in equal amounts): John Gardiner (of age); Mary Gardiner (of age); Susanna Gardiner (of age); Joseph Gardiner (of age); Jane Gardiner (of age); Luke Gardiner (age 14); Elizabeth Gardiner (age 13); Richard Gardiner (age 11).
Admx.: Mary Gardiner. (Admin. accts. of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, Libers, 37-45, 1754-1760 by V. L. Skinner, Jr.). NOTE: This record is not on CD #206.
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Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 677. Jul 29, 1774 from William Boarman Jr of CC, planter, to Justinian Burch of CC, joiner, for 75 £and for divers other causes, part of a tract of land called Boarmans Manor, being in CC, and bounded by a cliff near a run now leading from Oliver Burch's Mill, a dividing line between sd William and Henry Boarman, the upper line of Boarmans Manor, thence to the afd mill Run. Signed - William Boarman Jr. Wit - Dan Jenifer*, G.R. Brown*, Oliver Burch, Samuel Cooksey Barron. Elizabeth, the wife of the sd William Boarman Jr, relinquished her right of dower. Recorded Jan 10, 1775.
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Charles County Land Records 1775-1782; Liber V#3; Page 63. Jan 5, 1776 from William Boarman, son of William, of CC, to William Queen of CC. for 19 £18 shillings and 9 pence, part of a tract of land in CC called Boarmans Manor, containing and now laid out for about 39-1/2 acres. Signed - William Boarman Jr. Wit - Philip Briscoe, Jno Winter, Benja Jamison, Walter Jamison. Elizabeth, the wife of the afd William Boorman, voluntarily acknowledged this deed. Recorded Jan 8, 1776. 
Gardiner, Elizabeth (I033218)
 
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7/4/1758: Admin. accts. of Luke Gardiner, SMC.
Sureties: James Smith, Thomas Mooney.
Payments to: Francis Parnham, Philip Key, Esq.
Distribution to: Widow, 1/3. Residue to (orphans, in equal amounts): John Gardiner (of age); Mary Gardiner (of age); Susanna Gardiner (of age); Joseph Gardiner (of age); Jane Gardiner (of age); Luke Gardiner (age 14); Elizabeth Gardiner (age 13); Richard Gardiner (age 11).
Admx.: Mary Gardiner. (Admin. accts. of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, Libers, 37-45, 1754-1760 by V. L. Skinner, Jr.). NOTE: This record is not on CD #206. 
Gardiner, Richard (I003385)
 

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